1. Banana gnocchi,Farm chicken supreme and mushroom cream
  2. Introducing Dark Makeup
  3. Prelim
  4. Joe Ouakam
  5. Learn How To Tidy Your Makeup Area
  6. Zab Pop Up Shop
  7. Summer is coming and their fans too.
  8. Rafiya
  9. Chatting with Christian Eyenga
  10. Sankara, le rebelle: Sennen Andriamirado
  11. Recipe for Attiékié Sushi
  12. The bitter side of sugar
  13. VEAL – SARDINES – FROM BACK HOME
  14. The Weight of Words
  15. Fashion trends that suits short hair
  16. The Healing Power of Plants
  17. Man Up Dude, Get a Pedicure
  18. Sauti-Sol
  19. The Godmother Of Rock and Roll
  20. The premium multicultural male grooming line has arrived
  21. Art in the Surma tribe in Ethiopia
  22. Moroccan inspired oasis at home ?
  23. Nola Adé
  24. Superfoods and Inner Balance
  25. Luke Cage… what else
  26. Baobab for beauty, for health and for life!
  27. Respect The Architect
  28. Home – Finding a Good Balance
  29. Lotus Moon Skin Care
  30. Serge Ibaka, Son of Congo
  31. The Antidote for the skin
  32. Fela Fela Fela
  33. Tour of Martinique in Yoles
  34. One chance to make a first impression
  35. 24 K rose Gold elixir
  36. The New Stereotype (TNS)
  37. Mash plantains
  38. A Continent on its Feet
  39. Noella Coursaris
  40. Asics Tiger Tanabata Pack
  41. Oumou Kandé Diao, black modeling agency in France
  42. Nicholle Kobi – Drawer With Attitude
  43. When Vans meets Nintendo
  44. Caring for your hair during the summer
  45. What is White Worth? – Consider The Consequences of Skin Bleaching
  46. Chronicle of a Hardcore Yogi
  47. Ade Hassan, the Nubian Queen
  48. Chef Roblé, Superchef
  49. Laser de Jouvence
  50. Make Up – Eyes 2
  51. Alexis Peskine
  52. Make up – Eyes
  53. Between modernity and tradition
  54. Playing For Change
  55. Prevention Better Alternative Than A Cure
  56. New investors await a ladder
  57. The G-Spot Injection
  58. Pegguy Tabu – “Pardonner”
  59. Nike Air Presto Ultra-Flyknit
  60. Tomorrow, God willing – Khadi Hane
  61. To Your incense ! Ready! Meditate !
  62. Hammam Getaway
  63. The Art of Erotic Massage !
  64. Malonga, Chef and Globe-Trotter
  65. Exotic Bread
  66. Small Pepper
  67. Knock knock knocking on Heaven’s Door
  68. Nelson Mandela’s Rainbow Governance
  69. And Now…

We met the Chef from Congo, the first African to appear on the french TV show “Top Chef” upon his arrival in Paris. Two years later, the man has remained himself, feet on the ground, head on his shoulders and eyes on the horizon. The one who worships Michelle Obama and her program against obesity reminisces with us about the beginning of his career.
malonga

The last time we saw each other, you were launching your catering service, where are you with that today?

I am still doing it, I work a lot with Michèle Lamy whom I met via Mos Def, we even created a floating installation at the Venice Biennial with Asap Rocky. I regularly work on simple concepts with Rick Owens. I was in charge of the opening of the exhibition Kongo Kitoko at the Cartier Foundation. I also created my production company, I am touring throughout african villages to learn traditional recipes from grandmas, that I teach to staffs of great local restaurants. I also have a program on the french west indies TV (France Ô). It is kind of a gastronomic world tour.
I see myself as an ambassador, I want to spread new flavors from all around the world and also discover some things on my side, it is important to educate the palate. Finally, I also have a project with Vox Africa.

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Malonga in Afropolitain – Wake-Up.

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