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One of E-40's Turf Burritos, part of his new Good With the Spoon product line, at a liquor store in Vallejo.

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A plate of Somali-style goat suqaar—a kind of stir-fry—on a table.

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Slices of a custard pie on plates, laid out on top of a Christmas-themed evergreen tree backdrop.

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Sausage, omelette and breakfast potatoes on a plate next to a stack of pancakes.

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An older woman in a white scarf stands next to the entrance to Aoba restaurant.

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Diep Tran holds a pot in a farm's field.

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