To see recipes and photos, and hear a podcast about this phenomenal night, including Congolese cassava leaves, goat, sombusas, rice and beans, boiled green bananas, fried plantains, and a stunningly refreshing orange-ginger drink, visit ImmigrantKitchens.com. Lindsay Sterling can be reached atlindsay@lindsaysterling.com.

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