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The Spice Man Cometh To Cuba, A Hot Land Of Bland Food

In a land of mainly fried and mildly spiced foods, Cedric Fernando is hoping to perk up the Cuban palate by opening the island nation's first Indian restaurant. But he's still got a business back in London, just in case.
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Community Soup In Silver City, Nev.

Once a month Cashion Callaway makes a sit-down soup dinner for her community and teaches people about cooking and nutrition.
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Meet A Man On A Mission To Save Rare And Unusual Figs

Bassem Samaan of Bethlehem, Pa., is on a quest to save rare varieties of figs often growing unnoticed, right under our noses in neighbors' backyards. He's donated some of his finds to a government-backed fruit tree preserve in California.
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Kenya's Answer To Barbecue Is Part Celebration, Part Test Of Manhood

Nyama choma — grilled meat — is Kenya's answer to barbecue. It's usually goat and always signals a celebration. Grooms-to-be have to slice it properly in front of wedding guests to prove their manhood.
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Lobster: A Summer Tale

For many Americans, a lobster roll is a quintessential taste of summer. We consider the popular appeal of crustaceans and the effect of this season's glut of lobsters in the Northeast.

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