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In 2015, two chefs, a brother and sister, came together in New York and created Eat Offbeat.
They had arrived in America from the Middle East and they wanted to tell the stories of people like them.
Kitchens WIthout Borders is the result of their work.
This book shares 14 legendary journeys of refugees and immigrants to the United States.
And it brings you an insight into each of these people’s culinary heritages.
You can start your journey in Iraq or Eritrea or Venezuela or Mexico, etc. and each step you take will bring you new flavors, scents and wonder.
The pomegranate molasses, for example, we’d never have considered but they’re oh, so good!
We loved this book and think it’s the perfect place to find inspiration for your meals and for your heart in these trying times.
We also think it would make for a very thoughtful gift for someone you want to feel better about life.
You can find Kitchen Without Borders: Recipes And Stories From Refugee And Immigrant Chefs by The Eat Offbeat Chefs online here.