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LA172 Market Walk - African Marché Dejean

  • 17 Apr 2013
  • 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM
  • Meeting location information will be emailed to registrants.
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Wednesday, April 17

The Marché Dejean is located in the 18th arrondissement near the heart of Paris’ Little Africa.  Since the 1980’s, this area has attracted immigrants from West African countries such as Senegal, Togo, Congo and Cameroun.  We’ll see lots of little shops selling spices, exotic foods, hallal butchers, plus unique beauty and cosmetic shops.  This area is known by Paris’s African community for carrying products that are essential for making traditional African dishes.  In addition, we’ll see lots of fresh fruit and vegetables that you may not find anywhere else.

Please wear comfortable walking shoes for this visit. At the end of the walk we may stay on for lunch or a coffee in the area.
 The price of this class does not include any food samples, lunch or coffee after the tour.

Instructor: Françoise Meunier trained in the hotel and cooking school in Toulouse.  In 1997, she opened one of the first private cooking studios in Paris.  Her practical approach and easy-to-follow demonstrations will teach you how to reproduce delicious French and ethnic dishes at home.

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