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‘I Don’t View My Ingredients I Use For My Food as Niche Anymore’

Yewande Komolafe talks about what she’s been cooking and writing for her upcoming cookbook

Yewande Komolafe wearing round glasses with iridescent lenses, holding a blurry dessert item.
Photo: Steph Goralnick

Yewande Komolafe is a chef, recipe developer, and food stylist who grew up in Lagos, Nigeria, and moved to the U.S. to go to college at 16. Throughout her career…




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