Hot and happy dogs, a fabric that works (and werks), elephants of a Reasonable Size… …and the chic-est fannie pack that ever was. A secretive satchel, direct from Timbuktu. Worn around the neck and, when pulled this way and tugged that way, reveals leather pouches for clandestine transportation.
“Al kachi,” dessert (or breakfast) from Timbuktu: a sweet dough flavored with tangy baking soda and sour, fresh tamarind syrup, then fried and coated with honey.
Zrig in the late morning, Timbuktu style: fresh milk water millet sugar spices. Thick, sour, sweet, with cinnamon-nutmeg flavor. Someone called it “Timbuktu wine.” Served with guests and a jumble of conversation in sorai, arabic, and french