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THE TASTE OF HOME

A short while ago, while researching a story on kunafa, a decadent Middle Eastern dessert made of sugar-drenched phyllo pastry and salty cheese, I became aware of the fact that it is considered the shared culinary inheritance of several countries in the region. Just as loved in Lebanon as it is in Turkey, it has not only been adapted by the countries in the Middle East but has also been embellished by the cultural differences that separate them.

Most of all, I was struck by the idea that a dish could

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