fufu

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fu·fu

or fu-fu  (fo͞o′fo͞o′)
n.
A thick, doughlike West African food made by boiling and pounding a starchy vegetable such as yam, plantain, or cassava.

[From Twi fufuu, Ewe fufu, Yoruba fùfú, or kindred words in many other languages of West Africa .]
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With singalongs, such as Bunny Fou Fou and The Grand Old Duke Of York, festive favourites such Jingle Bells and new song Christmas in Toy Town, it is perfect silliness for all the family.
With smashing singalongs such as Bunny Fou Fou and The Grand Old Duke Of York, festive favourites such Jingle Bells and brand new songs, Christmas in Toy Town, it is perfect silliness for all the family.