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Jollof Rice

Delicious rice dish; an amalgam of white rice and various condiments popular throughout West Africa.

List of Jollof Rice festivals celebrated globally:

 

* **World Jollof Rice Day** is celebrated annually on August 22nd. It is a global celebration of the popular West African dish, Jollof Rice. The festival is organized by the World Jollof Rice Foundation, and it aims to promote Jollof Rice as a symbol of African unity and culture. The festival features a variety of events, such as cooking competitions, food tastings, and cultural performances.

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* **Jollof Rice Festival** in Accra, Ghana. This festival is held annually in Accra, Ghana, and it attracts people from all over the world. The festival features a variety of Jollof Rice dishes, as well as live music and dancing.

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* **Jollof Rice Festival** in New York City, USA. This festival is held annually in New York City, and it celebrates the diverse cultures of West Africa through food. The festival features a variety of Jollof Rice dishes, as well as other West African food, music, and dance.

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* **Jollof Rice Festival** in London, UK. This festival is held annually in London, and it celebrates the West African dish with a variety of food stalls, live music, and dancing.

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* **Jollof Rice Festival** in Toronto, Canada. This festival is held annually in Toronto, and it features a variety of Jollof Rice dishes from different West African countries. The festival also includes live music and dancing.

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These are just a few of the many Jollof Rice festivals celebrated globally. The popularity of Jollof Rice is a testament to the rich cultures and diverse cuisines of West Africa.

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