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This delicious saga of how immigrant food became American food follows European immigrants on a remarkable journey from the Ellis Island dinning hall ...Show synopsisThis delicious saga of how immigrant food became American food follows European immigrants on a remarkable journey from the Ellis Island dinning hall to tiny tenement kitchens, from Lower East Side pushcart markets and delicatessens out into the wider world of American cuisine.Hide synopsis
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