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Things to Do: Aquavit Chef Marcus Samuelsson Talks African Cuisine

This Saturday night, a photography exhibition and discussion celebrates his new cookbook, “The Soul of a New Cuisine.”

Saturday, December 16

What: New York chef Marcus Samuelsson and DC photographer Gidiyon Kifle host a photography exhibit in honor of their new cookbook, The Soul of a New Cuisine, which explores the cooking of Africa. ABC7's Maureen Bunyan holds a discussion about their travels and the making of the book. 

Where: Edison Place Gallery, 701 Ninth St., NW (entrance on Eighth St. between G and H sts.).  

When: 3 to 7 PM (discussion at 5). 

Click here to read Cynthia Hacinli's review of The Soul of a New Cuisine.  

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