New York neighborhood offers Senegalese delights

08/1/2007 | NYTimes.com

In New York City's Harlem, the blocks around 116th Street and Frederick Douglass Boulevard are densely populated with Senegalese residents, and the neighborhood's eateries offer unusual delicacies. Ken Alice N'doye, an owner of French Cafe Patisserie des Ambassades, introduced these writers to a number of African secrets, including two key seasonings: guedge, a dried fish, and yete, dried giant snail.

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