A week later, after finding goat meat, corn flour, canary beans, and cassava leaves at her friend's store, Ebenezer (654 Congress St, Portland) and cooking the meal a second time, I liked it even more. My seven-year-old and husband cleaned their plates. My nine-year-old wasn't in the mood for adventure. Next time! ^

Visit IMMIGRANTKITCHENS.COM for the recipe and to sign up for the author's next cooking class (Somali flatbread and beef) May 10.

 

Taste the heat

Hot sauce lovers have to try this Akabanga oil. It's unlike any hot sauce in the US. Two drops'll do ya. They sell it at next to the register at Mittapheap Market (61 Washington Ave, Portland).

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