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D is for Dinner: An African Harvest

Farm Radio International, which is based in Ottawa but really does its work in sub-Saharan Africa, is celebrating 35 years of making radio for and by African farmers. And so they're hosting an "African Harvest" dinner on May 1st. One of the chefs involved, Andree Riffou, has been tasked with coming up some African-inspired dishes. She joined us to talk about that challenge, and to share a recipe for lentil hummous.


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