Detroit Digest:’ Baobab Fare, African Food Cooked With Lots Of Love And Flavor

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Hamissi Mamba and wife Nadia Nijimbere have capitalized on the opportunity to serve African food in the nation’s largest Black-majority city at 6568 Woodward at Grand Boulevard.

“People want this kind of food,” Nijimbere tells Carlos Parisi, host of “Detroit Digest.”

Parisi recently stopped in to try to taste a variety of dishes, including Samaki, fried fish with peppers, and nyumbani, tender beef slow-simmered in tomoto sauce.

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