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Bamileke Hats

We are your source for the most unique headwear you'll find anywhere. Working with friends in Cameroon, we've obtained a shipment of these very special handmade hats, each one unique. They are created by the Bamileke people, the largest ethnic group in Western Cameroon. In Bamileke society the hats signify power, class, leadership, and prosperity. We can attest to their power—everyone who sees one, wants one! 

Each hat is $65. 

Order through our donation page, and include your

size in the notes field. To measure for hat size, place 

a measuring tape around the back of your head to

the tops of your ears, joining the tape at a point

one inch above your eyebrows.

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You too can look this stylish!

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Seattle Sister City Cookbook

The Seattle Sister Cities Association, a coalition of twenty citizen-led sister-city organizations, has published a new cookbook featuring recipes for a feast of flavors. 

 

The International Table: Recipes from the Seattle Sister Cities presents over 100 recipes suitable for the home chef, from kitchens around the world—including delectable dishes from our friends from Cameroon!

 

All recipes are accompanied by lush photography and an engaging historical description of the city of origin. The book is peppered with anecdotes on family and local traditions, cooking tips, and information on an array of ingredients.

 

In addition to Cameroon, countries included: Cambodia, China, France, Hungary, Iceland, Indonesia, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Kenya, New Zealand, Norway, Philippines, Poland, Korea, Taiwan, Uzbekistan, and Vietnam

Cost: $35

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P.O. Box 18283

Seattle, WA 98118

seattlelimbe@gmail.com

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