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FROM FALAFEL TO FRANKS

New York City is a true “melting pot”—of people, cultures, and of course, food. Within one square mile, you can enjoy French breads with African fufu, Irish stews, Italian pies, Caribbean roti, or Cambodian fish amok. The city that never sleeps always has something tasty to eat. The first Dutch settlers in the 1600s helped build the city’s four culinary cornerstones—bread, sugar, meat, and ale.

In just a few years, a tiny settlement of

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