Sarah Mbombo, a refugee from Congo, prepared fish topped with onions and bell peppers and served with pondu, made with cassava leaves, and fufu, made from semolina, at her Lexington home.
Sarah Mbombo, a refugee from Congo, prepared fish topped with onions and bell peppers and served with pondu, made with cassava leaves, and fufu, made from semolina, at her Lexington home. Herald-Leader
Sarah Mbombo, a refugee from Congo, prepared fish topped with onions and bell peppers and served with pondu, made with cassava leaves, and fufu, made from semolina, at her Lexington home. Herald-Leader

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