Posted on February 25, 2021 at 12:14 PM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek

Bored with your standby recipes? Or eager to replicate some of the interesting dishes you’ve had while exploring the broadening takeout market?

For us at least, the answer is yes to both — and if yours is, too, then you’ll be glad to check out this new online library.

Feast Afrique, reports Atlas Obscura, was begun by a food historian and shares free digital books that explore West African foods’ influence on dishes around the world.

Learn how Ozoz Sokah became passionate about food and came to create Feast Afrique in Atlas Obscura — or just head straight to Feast Afrique itself.

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