Flavors From Afar uniquely highlights refugee chefs and their best recipes

Flavors From Afar in Little Ethiopia highlights recipes of immigrant and refugee chefs
Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • September 11, 2021
The ouze — a Lebanese dish of spiced, roasted lamb shanks over rice scattered with pine nuts and slivered almonds — served at Flavors From Afar tasted very familiar. I had recently been ordering meals from a 10-month-old takeout and delivery...
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