African cuisine immigrates to American plates

04/30/2012 | Wall Street Journal, The

Mango couscous, Mozambique clam stew and Nigerian egusi soup may soon be popping up on restaurant menus. African cuisine is making its foray into America's dining culture, and the trend is expected to make waves over the next few years as chefs take a chance on unexpected flavors from all over the continent.

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