A Traveling Nigerian Chef to Cook Pop-Up Dinner
Since our email filters were tightened up a few years ago, the number of entreaties I receive from Nigerians has dropped considerably.
One that made its way through came from a chef, Tunde Wey. He sought attention, not my bank account number.
Wey, 31, born in Lagos and living in Detroit for the last 14 years, co-founded a restaurant in Hamtramck, Mich., called (revolver) that rotates guest chefs every weekend.
Wey also cooked pop-up Nigerian dinners, based on the Yoruba and Igbo food of his youth.