Cooking demonstration at SA Book Fair session

Cooking demonstration at SA Book Fair session

Nigerian Chef Yemisi Aribisala Reads her favorite part of her book Longthroat Memoirs- “In 2008 in Lagos I ordered a takeaway Okro Soup from the yellow chilli restaurant in Victoria Lane. It was green, and fresh, texturally intact and cooked with just a touch of palm oil, the goat bones was like peppery butter. This was a beautiful, clever, faithful, interpretation of a customarily odorous home cooked meal, executed with respect, love and sentiment” #SABookFair2017

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