Above: a kilishi market in Abuja, Nigeria.

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A food vendor in Lagos, Nigeria.

“Nyumah, your food is ready.”

Top-rated Funke Koleosho's Food Blog with new Nigerian cuisine:

"A Mango Harvest With the Baka Pygmies", a slideshow by French anthropologist Laurent Maget:

Pounding millet for nyiiri, a staple dish of the Fulani people.

Cooking topsi from fresh bananas.

Below: click on any video to see a delicious recipe from West Africa!

Above: coconuts in a Togolese village.

A well of the Wodaabe people in West Africa.

An Igbo woman at market in Onitsha, Nigeria, 1967. [Photo by Bruno Barbey]

Heaps of cassava roots in Cameroon.

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