Today on Food Without Borders, Sari is joined in studio by Deepti Sharma and Carine Assouad. Deepti is the founder of Food to Eat, a platform that empowers and provides marketing services for immigrant-owned food vendors. Carine is the co-founder of Semsom, a modern Lebanese eatery inspired by the traditional flavors of her native Beirut. Tune in for a fascinating discussion about Lebanese cuisine, what its like to run a woman and immigrant owned business in the age of Trump, and more.

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“You as a woman are powerful enough and capable enough, and your dreams are worthy enough to be fought for.” – Carine Assouad