Warfare Kitchen: Food & free speech

Warfare Kitchen: Food & free speech

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Warfare Kitchen is an art project basically based in the centre of Pittsburgh which serves food from international locations with which the US is “in battle”. The founders salvage to elaborate what battle formulation – it will fluctuate from outright war to financial sanctions – and since opening in 2010 they’ve willing food from Afghanistan, Iran, North Korea, Venezuela and Cuba.
Nonetheless the restaurant’s most well liked collection of cuisine, Palestinian food, has precipitated controversy in the metropolis and even ended in a dying risk which like a flash closed the venue. The BBC Pop Up team has spent November in Pittsburgh and Benjamin Zand has been following the story.
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