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Slow Food East Bay’s Cultural Food Traditions Project: Senegal 

When: Sun., Jan. 26, 5-8 p.m. 2020
Price: $45-$85
This Sunday, head to Kingston 11 and join chef Nafy Flatley for a meal celebrating Senegalese food traditions. Flatley will discuss her experiences as an immigrant and mother and how she raises her children to feel connected to Senegalese food ways while also appreciating the broad range of tastes the United States has to offer. The meal will begin with passed appetizers of Senegalese pastels — fried pastries stuffed with veggies and meat — and brussels sprouts. Then, sit down for a family-style meal of veggie and chicken mafe (peanut stew) with black-eyed peas, mango salad, and fonio (a small ancient grain). Wrap up the meal with chiakry, a coconut millet pudding, and ngalakh, a peanut butter millet pudding. A portion of proceeds will benefit Street Level Health Project, an Oakland organization dedicated to improving the health and well-being of local underserved immigrant communities. Purchase tickets on Eventbrite.
— Katherine Hamilton


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