A side dish in West African cuisine made from fermented or dried grated cassava. Jende is eating it with his meal at an African restaurant near the 116th Street subway station when Liomi asks him if it’s true that the Jongas will soon return to Cameroon.
Attiéké Term Timeline in Behold the Dreamers
The timeline below shows where the term Attiéké appears in Behold the Dreamers. The colored dots and icons indicate which themes are associated with that appearance.
...with something to eat: fried plantains, bitter leaf soup, egusi stew, poulet DG, grilled tilapia, attiéké, moi moi, soya, jollof rice, curry chicken, and pounded yams. They eat and dance in... (full context)