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March 2003 Issue
Ethnic Food
by Ronda L. Halpin
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Ethnic food is hot. People everywhere are bringing food from countries the world over into their homes and they love it! So, this month, we want to know which ethnic foods are finding their way into your kitchen. Whether it's tamales or peanut stew, we want to hear about those dishes that are making your table a world wide tour.

Each month, we ask a different question here. Your answers and feedback will appear below in the comments section. We encourage you to check out everyone else's answers and make comments and suggestions. This is a great way to get to know people who love reading this electronic magazine. Who knows, your next Internet friend may be a few clicks away!



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