I love watching cooking shows on television. There is this one show where the host goes all over America and shines a spotlight on the various ethnic cuisines. I once lived in Houston, Texas and I wish I had known this but I did not.
As most people do, whenever they move to a new place, they bring their customs and traditions with them. They especially bring their food. Because there nothing better than the taste of home when you are now living in a foreign land.
It turns out that many Nigerians relocated from their country and there is a thriving community in Houston, Texas. There are some popular restaurants in Houston that serve Nigerian cuisine.
A key ingredient in many Nigerian recipes are peppers. Here is link to an article that explains "The different types of peppers in Nigeria | Pulse Nigeria" ~ www.pulse.ng/lifestyle/food-travel/the-different-types-of-peppers-we-have-in-nigeria/08fwmyn
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Any world travelers out there?
🌶 Who has been to Nigeria?
🌶 Who has been to Texas?
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