Roasted carp a sign of Iraq's return to normalcy

A tradition of roasting a freshly killed carp over an open fire in a style called masquf has been associated with Baghdad for centuries, surviving wars, deprivation, drought and pollution. In the past year and a half, a dozen of the old masquf restaurants have opened again as the tradition returns to Iraq.

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