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Cew i Yappa refers to Gambia's beef stew served with rice. Cew i Yappa can also be prepared using fish instead of the usual beef. Gambia is situated on West Africa's Atlantic coast. It is the smallest and westernmost mainland African nation.

Chicken Yassa refers to one of Gambia's specialties made of chicken cooked with onions, garlic and lime then served with rice or chips. Chicken Yassa is likewise, marinated chicken grilled and cooked with onions, herbs and spices served on a bed of rice or couscous . Chicken Yassa is also a common dish in Senegal. Gambia is situated on West Africa's Atlantic coast. It is the smallest and westernmost mainland African nation.

Cana de cajeu refers to cashew rum made from the fruit of the cashew nut. It is one of the drinks from Guinea-Bissau. Guinea-Bissau which was formerly Portuguese Guinea is located in West Africa, and is bordered to the north by Senegal and to the south and east by the Republic of Guinea.

Choora is the Malayalam word for Tuna. 

Malayalam is the language spoken in Kerala India and one of the languages of India. Choora can be prepared as Choora Curry or Choora Porichatu (Tuna Fry) served with rice for lunch or dinner with Chutneys or Achaar. 

Please see Malayalam (language). See also the Alphabetic List of Fish common in Kerala, India

Coldie is the Australian term for a cold bottle of beer.

Caviar d'Aubergine refers to cold eggplant purée; pureed eggplants which is a popular hors-d'oeuvre in the South of France.