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Chef Tunde Wey Brings His Nigerian Food Salon to Austin and Boston

The Nigerian chef's food series exploring blackness in America comes to Austin, Saturday and Boston, Wednesday. Watch the video.

Okayafrica's favorite chef, Tunde Wey is bringing his food series to Austin, Texas this Saturday and Boston, Massachusetts on Wednesday. Get a seat at the table while you still can. If you still can.


As we've reported before, the New Orleans-based chef who specializes in Nigerian cuisine is currently on a nationwide tour intended to spark conversations about blackness in America.

As Wey told Okayafrica in February “If we are to have these conversations, and they are to be inclusive and sensitive then shouldn’t we sit about a table to eat, and raise our glasses in drink?”

In the video below Wey shares his his perspective on Nigerian food with the filmmaker Adesua Okosun. Take a look: 

 

And find more information about the dinners and how to reserve a seat below:

AUSTIN DINNER DETAILS

DATE

MAY 21

TIMES

5:30- 7:30 PM

8:00- 10:00 pm

VENUE

SUSTAINABLE FOOD CENTER

2921 E 17TH STREET BLDG C

AUSTIN, TX 78702

www.fromlagos.com/austin

BOSTON DINNER DETAILS

GUEST COLLABORATOR

OBEHI JANICE | FUFU & OREOS

(actress, writer, comedian)

@fufuandoreos

DATE

MAY 25

TIMES

6:30- 8:30 PM

VENUE

DUDLEY CAFE

15 WARREN STREET

ROXBURY, MA 02119

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