“That puny Persian potato has nothing on my latka.” -Competitor at Shtetl’s latka (Jewish) vs. kuku (Iranian) cook-off. Judges:Billy (Monastiraki), Atigh (La Khaima), Khalifah, and The Mile-End Teenage Tasting Society.
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Tagged Atigh Ould, Billy Mavreas, Chanukah, Dana Zidulka, food, Iranian, Jewish, kuku, La Khaima, latka, Monastiraki, Niloufar Hedjazi, Persian
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