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Refugee chefs serve up treats at Brussels food festival
by Julia Echikson
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22 June 2018
On 22 June 2018 Reuters reported:
In the bustling kitchen of the upscale Le Mess restaurant in Brussels, Majid Akbari ... inspects his dessert, making sure the cardamom tea, rose water rice puddings, and orange cakes are well plated before being served to customers. The Iranian refugee of Afghan descent was among a group of refugees who became chefs for a few days this week at restaurants in Brussels as part of an international festival seeking to bring people together at the dinner table. The festival, which began two years ago in Paris, has become a global event ... Customers have responded enthusiastically to the initiative. The festival has served as a launch pad for some.
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