A Festival Where Refugees Cook for New York

Woman cutting peppers in kitchen, wearing Eat Offbeat shirt.
In the United States, Nasrin missed cooking professionally until last March, right around Nowruz, the Persian new year, when she started a new job at Eat Offbeat. There, 25 refugees, most of them women, work as catering chefs, producing the traditional dishes of their home countries from a commissary kitchen in Long Island City, Queens.”   View Article