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At Atlanta’s Sweet, Sweet Syria supper club, recent refugees show off a taste of home

posted on April 10, 2017 at 8:21 am
Kibbeh (a fried lamb, beef, and pine nut fritter) Photographed by Jennifer Zyman

Kibbeh (a fried lamb, beef, and pine nut fritter)
Photographed by Jennifer Zyman

 

I wasn’t sure what exactly I’d signed up for when I accepted a vague dinner invitation from a friend a few weeks ago. The details were hazy, but I knew all I needed to know to say yes: I’d be enjoying a meal prepared by Syrian cooks who were refugees from Damascus. Having never experienced Syrian food, it was an invitation I needed to accept.

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