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Introducing Cuisine, A New Cooking Show From Travel Noire

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If you want to begin to understand a culture different from your own, one of the best ways to begin is by exploring a culture’s native cuisine.

In Cuisine, Travel Noire’s new globally inspired culinary series, we will take you around the world without ever leaving the kitchen by showcasing the flavors of countries in Africa, the Caribbean and beyond! In our first episode, Maya-Camille Broussard, the founder of Chicago-based bakery Justice of the Pies, puts her own unique spin on the classic Ghanaian dish Peanut Stew. Watch the first episode below:

RELATED: 50 Restaurants, 50 States: The Best Black-Owned Restaurants In America

Want to see more of Cuisine? Tell us what you think of the show in the comments under the video on Facebook and let us know which international cuisine we should explore next!

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