Eats & Drinks, Mali
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what’s to eat #24

For the pause café during an Ebola prevention training at the Centre Aoua Keita in Bamako:

coffee break nescafe cake paté breakfast training Bamako

Instant Nescafé with hot milk and sugar;

A beef pâté: ground beef inserted into a savory pastry dough;

A slice of raisin gâteau, or breakfast cake.

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*I like to think of these as pauses lait, since most Malians prepare their coffee with just a few granules of instant Nescafé dissolved into a full cup of hot milk, and plenty of sugar to help it go down smoothly!

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