Togolese Cooking

Presented by

Debi Tettey*


CultureALL Ambassador Debi Nicoue Tettey – like most of the people of Togo – learned cooking and recipes from her mothers and other women in her life. Most recipes are not written. They are passed on from generation to generation. In Togo, couscous, as well as other foods, can be eaten with hands, spoon, or fork. If a kitchen is available, participants will get a chance to help prepare, smell, and taste one of the family dishes of Togo.

Workshop Details




Consumer Science, Social Studies


25 max

Standard Length

45 min

Room Setup

Room with a kitchen is preferred

Supplies/Equipment Needed:

Table for demonstration, access to water, and electrical outlet

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