Palestinian Farmer’s Salad by Mohammad Ali

More than seventy years ago, we left our homes. Seventy years later, we are still holding on to your identities. Palestine is a diasporic nation with sub-identities from the different places we sought refuge in. However, we all agree on two main sub-identities:  Madani (Urban) / Falahi (Farmers). Both identities have different traditional outfits, food, and accents.…

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Eating America with India: Punjabi Deli & Hindu Temple Canteen by India Witkin

Photography by Joana Meurkens New York City’s beloved 24 hour deli pushes through it’s first closure in 26 years Seventies Bollywood music harmoniously plays in sync with the chime of the microwave, signaling the commencement of a delicious and very filling meal that Kulwinder assures will hold you down for at least 9 hours. Since…

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Bridgetown Roti does GOATober by Carolina Meurkens

Led by Chef Rashida Holmes, Bridgetown Roti is a nod to her Caribbean heritage, a commemoration of West Indian food and culture. This October Bridgetown Roti is celebrating GOATober, an international initiative raising awareness for Goat sustainability.  “Bridgetown is our love letter to West Indian food. Rashida founded Bridgetown to bring a taste of our…

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