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Food, Culture, and Politics in France

Mmmmmm… kababs! Lamb! What’s not to love? The French far right is fighting what it calls ‘the kebabization’ of France. Check out what PRI’s The World producer Shirin Jafaari has to say about food and politics in France. here. Advertisements

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Chicken Chuanr

Chuanr (pronounced “chwar”) is a style of meat skewer that originates with the ethnic minority Uyghur (pronounced “weeger”) people of Western China, who mainly reside in the Xinjiang province. ¬†These Turkish speaking Muslims have a rich history and unique culture … Continue reading

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