This Professor’s Hot Peppers Give New Jersey’s Immigrants a Taste of Home

Food

ALBERT AYENI WAS DISAPPOINTED. It was 1976, and he had just moved to the United States to pursue his PhD in agronomy at Cornell. Yet something was missing from his new country’s cuisine: “No hot pepper in the diet,” Ayeni says.

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