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Chefs Marco Canora and Michel Nischan savor refugee cultures at New Roots garden
July 20, 2012
By Kathleen Sands Adams
Chef Marco Canora (left) helps Burmese refugee Ah Lun gather eggplants grown at the IRC's New Roots farm at Drew Gardens in the Bronx.
A warm welcome spiked with hot chili peppers was on the menu yesterday afternoon as two master chefs visited the International Rescue Committee’s New Roots farm at Drew Gardens in the Bronx.
Michel Nischan snaps a picture to share on Twitter as Marco Canora and Ah Lun check out a bounty of vegetables grown by refugee farmers.
|The chefs sample tom yum they prepared with Ah Lun on the New Roots garden's deck overlooking the Bronx River. The hot and sour Thai soup features lemongrass and chilis.|
Photo: John Milano
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