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In today’s episode of Meals of History, Josh and Emily are recreating a gladiator feast from ancient Rome!
TOUBAKOUTA, SENEGAL – Today we’re in the village of Toubakouta in southern Senegal, West Africa. We’ll be cooking and eating a dish called C’est Bon (That’s Good!), also known as Thiebou Diola. It includes rice, fried and grilled fish, pounded hibiscus leaves, and the world’s most addictive onion sauce with mustard. This is one of the best dishes I’ve eaten in West Africa and I can’t wait to share it all with you!
Some Bostonians call it a ‘spuckie’, but what exactly is it?
Using layered plantings, backyard forests offer plenty of food production, but also so much more, like food for pollinators, habitat for wildlife, and erosion control for your soil. While setting one up set up is more difficult than plotting out a rectangular bed, a food forest ultimately requires less maintenance…
KAYAR, SENEGAL – Today we are on the coast of Senegal and we are going to explore the amazing seafood of the country. We’ll be starting at one of the biggest fishing villages in Senegal, then we’ll be touring Lake Retba, known as the pink lake, experiencing the Dakar rally,…