Saturday night MB and I attended the annual African dinner at the First United Methodist Church on Saturday night. Proceeds go to an orphan project in Burkina Faso and a water project in the Democratic Republic of Congo. It was good fun, great food, and very well-attended. I made Cameroonian peanut chicken for the potluck, which joined the 30+ other peanut chicken dishes. Happily there was also a huge container of hot dogs. For the kids presumably.
MohamedBob (1) admitting he's from Africa and (2) exhorting people to donate.
We look like an old married couple.
On February 26th, 2007 11:21 pm (UTC), (Anonymous) commented:
Great to see you both 'in person.' But tell me about the MoBob name; I hadn't heard that before. What's the origin? Guess it may be like Daoud "David" Sefiane who I met recently, grew up in Azrou speaking English, and won the green card lottery and relocated to the US with his wife and 3 daughters.
it's seems that peanut chicken certainly is a contender for the dish! although it's so diverse a continent with so many cuisine styles. perhaps peanut chicken is more of a stereotype when it comes to what pleases americans?