More Time magazine linkage for you today. Remember that inspiring story about a woman named Alissa Ruxin who opened a restaurant in Kigali, Rwanda, with a menu featuring African, Mexican, Indian, and Mediterranean dishes? And more important, one that employs waiters and cooks who were orphaned by genocide? Time magazine agrees that such international progress tastes good.
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