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'The Immigrant Cookbook: Recipes that Make America Great' celebrates the diversity in our kitchens

The act of cooking a meal can bring so much more to the table than just, well, dinner. There's the sustenance and comfort of that food, but what's also built into the sauce or dropped into the pot is a sometimes invisible and highly complex ingredient list that can include tradition, community, history, geography, art, religion and politics. Every country's cuisine reflects that list and the journey its cooks took to your table. American cooking reflects

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