6/17/2010

At Conflict Kitchen in Pittsburgh, diners are being introduced to cuisine from countries that have less-than-friendly relationships with the U.S. The eatery was started by a group of artists searching for a way to bridge divides. First up on the menu -- the kubideh, a popular dish from Iran made with local ingredients. "The food really represents two cultures, Iran and also Pittsburgh," said co-founder Dawn Weleski.

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