Updated: Sep 19
When refugees immigrate to Utah, they arrive with little in the way of worldly goods. They do, however, bring their language, customs and recipes. In Refugee Kitchens, an ongoing series, The Salt Lake Tribune invited immigrants to cook dishes from their homelands as a window to their lives, as well as how they prepare food in a new culture.
Refugee brings taste of Sudan to Utah, leaves behind pain, destruction, death – LINK TO REFUGEE KITCHENS ARTICLE
Used to a simple life on a farm, a mother from the Central African Republic takes Utah in stride – LINK TO REFUGEE KITCHENS ARTICLE
Burmese refugees appreciate the little things in new Utah home – Link to Salt lake refugee kitchens article
This Utah family fled Syria as the bombs fell — and almost all they took with them were recipes – LINK to SALT LAKE TRIBUNE ARTICLE
Home in Utah • Traditional recipes, such as chicken shawarma and falafel, bring back memories of better times.
Refugee Kitchens: Savoring memories from homeland, an Iraqi family finds safety in Utah – LINK TO SALT LAKE TRIBUNE ARTICLE
Memories fill immigrant family’s kitchen like the aroma from a native stew.