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“Food powerfully evokes a past, a place left behind, and can bind a family, new or old, beautifully. Anderson gives voice to that.”
Scooping the Memories Dmitra's Lebanese Stuffed Grape Leaves, Hommus, Tabbouleh, and Pita
It's Like a Continuum Nezi's Cape Verdean Katxupa (Cachupa)
Add a Place at the Table Fausta's Italian Fettuccini
Foraging Together but Alone Yulia's Russian Mushroom Casserole
A Savage Loves His Own Shore Barry's Irish Dinner: Baked Fillet of Sole, Mashed Potatoes, and Carrot-Parsnip Mash
Swapping Food on Sundays Johanne's Haitian Soup Joumou
Living the Culture Every Day Xotchil's Venezuelan Asado Negro, Insalata Repoyo, Plátanos, and Arepas
Eating Alone Saida's Moroccan Couscous
Quiet in America Xiu Fen's Shanghai Fish and Vegetable Dinner
Remembering Where You Started Roula's Greek Spanakopita and Dolmades
Eating the Flag Riqueldys and Magdani's Dominican Sancocho and Bollito
A Happy Straddler Soni's Indian Lamb Biriyani, Tali Machhi, Matur Paneer, Bhartha, Roti, and Halwa
This Is America?
Genevieve's Ghanaian Nkatekwan and Fufu
More Relaxed but a Little Tired José's Mother's Salvadoran Quesadilla
Bringing Good Things with Food Liz's Brazilian Peixada
Keeping the Connection Flowing Aurora's Filipino Adobo
Food, the Great Icebreaker Yasie's Persian Kashk-o-Bedemjan and Kou Kou Sabzi
Man in the Kitchen Zady's Rice and Lili's Kedjenou and Aloko from Côte d'Ivoire
Part of You Goes into the Cooking Patricia's Costa Rican Sopa and Dumplings
Teaching Both Ways Ha's Vietnamese Goi Cuon and Tuong Ngot
Preserving Home Sehin's Ethiopian Yebeg Wot
Less Conservative Now Najia's Spicy Pakistani Dinner: Tandoori Chicken, Palou, Bhindi, Podina Chutney, Salad, and Paratha
It's Okay to Be Different Tanisha's Panamanian Sorrel Drink
Cooking Every Day Limya's Sudanese Mulukhiyah
Why Not Teach Them to Cook?
Beatriz's Guatemalan Tortillas con Frijoles y Queso
Posted September 9, 2010
This book is great! the food is delicious,my favorite was the scallion pancakes!( they taste great with soy sauce). This book tells a great story of immigrants traditions around food, wether a funny story or sad story, the stories were all great! you should deffinitely get this book!
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Posted March 16, 2011
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