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One woman living in Kabul describes how, despite food shortages and repression, her family is celebrating the Persian new year with what they have.
America owes its favorite beverage to East Africa, says a Memphis coffee shop owner whose trip to Ethiopia transformed his understanding of the beverage.
For NPR's Like Kit, journalist Simran Sethi talks to psychologist Harriet Lerner about how to offer apologies that are both heard and felt.
Several news stories recently celebrated a new study suggesting global warming might enhance the taste of the beloved sweet. Sadly, that's not what it found at all, says the lead researcher.
The flavorful fruits originated in Central Asia; the wheat, in the Mideast. The lard? Courtesy of the Spanish. Spices came via the Banda Islands. Put them all together for an all-American treat.