Indian food might seem fancy now, but for one brown-skinned boy in the days before multiculturalism, it was a mark of shame, an invitation to a beat-down. Becoming American, he fantasized, could be achieved with one simple yet terrifying step: the steak. Nirej Sekhon goes among the eaters of beef.
Nirej Sekhon, Beefeaters, 94 Transition 56 (2003).
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