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Maitelates Chocolates

Homemade alfajores

From the February, 2009 issue

When transplanted to a new land, even the most adventurous diners will miss the tastes of home-and yearn to rekindle family memories connected to food. Maite Zubía, thirty-one, came to Ann Arbor four years ago from Chile when her husband, Matias Bargsted, began a doctoral program in political science at the U-M. She dove into community life, teaching Spanish to students of all ages and acting in the Wild Swan Theater ensemble. Then, two years ago, their son, Pedro, was born-and she found she wanted to share her cherished family food traditions

 
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