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South Asian food
South Asian food

How This Town Became a South Asian Sweet Shop Paradise

Bradford’s first mithai shop was opened in 1964 by Abdul Rehman, a Pakistani migrant working in the city's textiles mills. Other shops soon followed and today, Bradford is a sugary haven of laddu and gulab jamun.
Aina Khan
2 hours ago
refugees
refugees

How an Afghan Refugee is Changing Venice's Restaurant Landscape

Hamed Ahmadi now has five restaurants in northeastern Italy's Veneto region and has helped employ many young refugees from the Middle East and Africa.
Marco De Vidi
1.16.18
In the Belly of America
In the Belly of America

This Bar Is a 60s Americana Oasis on the Mexican Border

Inside Polite Provisions, an only-in-America kind of place.
Ivy Knight
11.20.17
mexico
mexico

Meet the Man Bringing Russian Cuisine to Mexico

Pollo a la Kiev and Oaxaca cheese pirozhki are just the start.
Fernanda Ballesteros
9.8.17
cooking
cooking

This Guy is Raising Money to Send His Mother to Culinary School

Like many African immigrant mothers in the UK, Elnete Da Silva never had the opportunity to study for a professional qualification. Until now.
Bridget Minamore
8.9.17
london
london

Once a Month, the Sous Chefs Take Over This London Restaurant

“We have around 65 staff who represent about 15 nationalities. Let’s celebrate that,” says Bruno Loubet, chef-owner of Grain Store, ahead of the latest dinner in a supper club series that showcases the restaurant staffs’ diversity.
Daisy Meager
6.9.17
immigration
immigration

Smuggling Food Through the Airport Can Be Harder Than Smuggling Cocaine

"My own father was once caught at the border with a suitcase full of stuffed pigeons."
Bo Hanna
5.15.17
Brexit
Brexit

Home Secretary Says Pret Must Stop Relying on European Staff

In a BBC interview, Amber Rudd said that the cafe chain should hire more British workers to fill staff shortages following Brexit.
Daisy Meager
5.8.17
food in prison
food in prison

Immigrant Detainees Are Staging a Hunger Strike in Washington

The detainees, many of them facing deportation, claim that the food at Northwest Detention Center is meager and nearly inedible.
Tom Perkins
4.13.17
politics
politics

What Copenhagen Pizza Makers Think About a Politician Encouraging the Public to Spy on Them

The people have spoken, and they're not pleased.
Simon Espholm
4.3.17
immigrants
immigrants

A Tea Shop Run by Indian Immigrants Is Bridging Cultural Divides in Tanzania

After Tanzania gained independence, many Indian families fled the country when resentment toward them grew. But the family behind the beloved K.T. Shop refused to leave their adopted home, where they had already spent decades planting their roots.
Elspeth Dehnert
3.17.17
immigration
immigration

Eating Through Hong Kong's 'Little India'

The ground floor of Chungking Mansions—the epicentre of life for Hong Kong’s asylum seekers—is filled with people hailing from South Asia, the Middle East, and Africa, all trying to make a new life in one of Asia’s greatest economic miracles.
Justin Heifetz​​
3.14.17