The chef from YOSH Restaurant hosting a cooking class for LSHTM

Every year London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine hosts a festival, LSHTM Week, with various internal sessions.
As part of this year’s event, LSHTM will be hosting three lunchtime pre-recorded cooking classes from Medical Research Council Units based in The Gambia, Uganda and the UK.
To celebrate the diverse cultures of their staff in these locations, they worked with chef Sheriff Sambou from YOSH Restaurant to give the LSHTM community a flavour of life in The Gambia.
He prepared famous domoda with peanut butter sauce and rice.

Find the recipe here

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