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Samosa House, Ann Arbor, 2012

African Crossroads

Samosa House reviewed

From the October, 2012 issue

Somalia, perched on the edge of the Horn of Africa, has absorbed many of the trade and historical currents that have flowed through it--foods and spices from India and farther east, Islam from Arabia, colonizers from Italy during the last century. Samosa House, a storefront Somali restaurant that replaced the Ethiopian Red Sea on Washtenaw in Ypsilanti, reflects

 
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