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Deep South Dining | Sambous African Kitchen

Malcolm White and Carol Palmer guide you through Mississippi's vast and wonderful foodways landscape with special guest, Joseph Sambous, owner of Sambous African Kitchen in Jackson, MS. Quickly becoming a destination for Gambian delights, Sambous African Kitchen serves authentic African cuisine and is a hub for African and American communities in the region.

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