Neighborhood Kitchens

Teranga's Thiacry

Saturday, September 29, 2012
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Thiacry, or steamed millet couscous, is a Senegalese dessert found primarily in French-speaking West African nations. It is Chef Marie-Claude Mendy's favorite dessert.

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Teranga's Thiebou Yapp

Saturday, September 29, 2012
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Thiebou Yapp is made with seasoned lamb and jasmine rice, a variation on Senegal's national dish. The original version, called Thiebou Djeun, is made with rice and fish.

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Teranga's Accara Fritters

Saturday, September 29, 2012
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The accara, or black-eyed pea fritter, is a popular street food in West Africa.

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Neighborhood Kitchens Visits Teranga

Thursday, September 27, 2012
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Margarita in the kitchen with Teranga chef and owner, Marie-Claude Mendy. (Patricia Alvarado/WGBH)

Some may call opening a restaurant like Teranga risky, but to chef and owner Marie-Claude Mendy it was a very calculated dream that came true. A lesson in dedication, Marie-Claude opened Teranga after taking seven years to develop her business plan and to find the ideal location for her restaurant: Boston's South End. Financial analyst by day and a chef and restaurateur by night or weekend, Marie-Claude opened Teranga in 2009, the first and only Senegalese restaurant in Boston.

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Cafe Azteca's Latin American Flan

Tuesday, March 5, 2013
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Flan is a custard dessert popular all over Latin America.

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Cafe Azteca's Puerco Poblano

Monday, September 24, 2012
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Chef Antonio Guerrero told Neighborhood Kitchens that this puerco poblano is by far his favorite dish.

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About Neighborhood Kitchens

Building on a 35-year history of producing Latino and multicultural programming, WGBH’s award winning La Plaza team has a new offering — Neighborhood Kitchens, a series about the exploration of culture through food. Every week the show offers a unique window into immigrant communities in New England.

Saturdays at 4pm on WGBH 2
Fridays at 7:30pm on WGBH 44

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In each episode, host Margarita Martínez visits a different ethnic restaurant and learns three delicious recipes from the chef. She also explores the restaurant’s neighborhood, discovering hidden gems along the way. Join her as she learns about new ingredients, new cultures, and new neighborhoods. ¡Hasta pronto!

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Margarita's Neighborhood Visits

»Boston: Bristol Lounge
»Boston's South End: Orinoco, Teranga and Oishii
»Boston's Back Bay: Casa Romero
»Boston's North End: Taranta
»Roxbury: Merengue
»Boston's Beacon Hill: Scampo
»All Around Boston: Mei Mei Street Kitchens
»Cambridge: Muqueca, Oleana, and Sandrine's
Somerville: Dosa Temple
»Lawrence: Cafe Azteca
»Lowell: Simply Khmer

»Fresh from the Fish Market
»Jamaica Plain: Tres Gatos
»Dorchester: Pho Le and Cafe Polonia
»Medford: Bistro 5
»Portland, ME: Emilitsa
»Newport, RI: Tallulah on Thames
»Pawtucket, RI: Rasoi


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