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Poulet DG- Cameroon

My Other Half reminded me that we did in fact do a dish from Cameroon for the Olympic Food Challenge.
There were a lot of dishes that we prepared during that challenge that we make again from time to time.

Poulet DG (DG, stands for Director General) is another one that is going onto this list. We have already had it twice this week.
During my research into this dish I found out that it gets it’s name from the fact that it is popular with the middle classes in Cameroon. The dish is basically all cooked in one pot, with Chicken and plantain being the main components.

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Stuffed Seafood Plantain

My Grandparents on my father’s side are from St.Kitts, which is an island in the Caribbean. A lot of the food I ate when I was growing up was inspired by this beautiful area of the world.

A couple of weeks ago I saw a Twitter post from food producers Unearthed. They were attempting to serve up a 193 course meal containing a dish from every country in the world but were a few short.

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