Thank you to Smithsonian Folkways intern Lydia Luce for a very enjoyable presentation on music and dance of Ghana.
Nope, it's not a Tex-Mex dish of grilled meat served on a tortilla. It's a little-known folk instrument with origins in Slovakia. (Wikipedia article) The mother of one of my students sent me links to a local fujarist .
In years of traveling the world and learning about local musical heritage and instruments, I have never "met" a fujara and thought you all might find this interesting.
Bob Rychlik lives in Maryland but has a fascinating life story (see 3rd link to learn more).
There's even an international festival:
Elizabeth Borowsky is a pianist, teacher, and composer. She is a Nationally Certified Teacher of Music in Piano (Music Teachers National Association).