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Armenian nationals and diasporans differ on what dishes are authentically Armenian.
Salt cod, cod cakes, cod tongues, and “fee and chee” (fish and chips) are staples of the province.
West Virginia’s iconic coal-miner sandwich comes in classic versions and newer variations.
Hold on to the ribs to make “the best gravy in the world.”
A glimpse of a state’s complicated legacy of industrial exploitation, culinary innovation, and rural resistance.
In Brazil, a thorny shrub is savored for its rebellious history.
“From what I see everywhere I go, the world is becoming more Chinese.”
Couscous in Morocco is a far cry from the deli’s back home.
Aboard the Topaz Responder rescue boat.
Stone crabs, shrimp and grits, and jerk chicken.
How arms trading, corruption, illegal mining, and the foreign aid that comes with conflict fuel a Congolese city’s boom.
A Libyan émigrée remembers her hometown.