August 2017 | Growing Community in Banglatown | Hour Detroit

Enter the home of Minara Begum and you’re promptly offered a glass of her famous Bangladeshi tea to go with an aromatic plate of food featuring amaranth greens, cilantro, and taro root — traditional crops from her native South Asian country that she grows in her Detroit backyard.

“All the people love my tea,” she says proudly in Bangla as she passes me a cup. “We go through a lot of tea around here.” | Read more here.

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