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- MARTHA’S VINEYARD
round pork simmered in creamy coconut milk with exquisite hints of garlic, peanuts, and chili, served with crispy jasmine rice for dipping: A combination of sweet, creamy, spicy, and nutty tastes a North American palate wouldn’t expect, the nataing is worth running, not walking, to Elephant Walk, the French-Cambodian restaurant in Boston and Cambridge. It’s a Cambodian national delight made to order. Divon
There are 220,000 Asians from 15 different countries in Metropolitan Boston, up 70 percent since 1990 compared to overall population growth of less than 6 percent.
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