Cross-border meals connect people from countries in conflict—Public Radio International

21 Sep 2020 | Narratives & Features, Portfolio | 0 comments

India and Pakistan have fought four wars and threatened each other with nuclear weapons for decades. Like most neighbors, they have differences — primarily in religion — but they do overlap in some areas, such as language, dress and, of course, food.

The cuisines that unite these two countries are being celebrated by one woman who has made it her mission to serve what she calls ‘bordered menus.’

Ragini Kashyap, 30, hosts pop-up dinners around the world in an effort to showcase the underlying similarities between cultures that are separated by conflict.

Listen on PRI.


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