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"Learn how to make East African Chapati and a Corn Flatbread, two ""story-recipes,"" which highlight the cultural heritage of people who have inhabited Upper Manhattan throughout its history — the African and the Lenape people.

Dyckman Farmhouse Museum ofrece una clase de cocina sobre la historia del ""Chapati de Africa del Este"" y ""Pan Plano de Maíz"" Fabiola Cáceres, nuestra Directora de Educación, destacará el patrimonio cultural de las personas que han habitado en Alto Manhattan a lo largo de su historia---el pueblo Africano y Lenape. Este programa se ofrecerá en español."

"Ingredients for East African Chapati: 
1. All-purpose flour
2. Sugar
3. Salt
4. Sesame oil or vegetable oil
5. Water

Ingredients for Flatbread:
1. Corn flour
2. Salt
3. Carom or ajwain (more commonly known as caraway)seeds
4. Red chili powder
5. Daikon radish
6. Cilantro
7. Oil
8. Water"

This program is intended for teens, adults and older adults.

Culture Pass is a program for cardholding patrons of New York City’s public libraries, the Brooklyn Public Library, New York Public Library, and Queens Public Library. Support for Culture Pass is provided by The New York Community Trust, Charles H. Revson Foundation, Stavros Niarchos Foundation, and the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs. To learn more, visit

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