Jody Adams’ account of her recent six-day trip to the African nation of Rwanda at first seems inconsistent with her life as a chef and businesswoman operating a celebrated fine-dining restaurant in the bustling Harvard Square neighborhood of Cambridge, Mass.While acknowledging the lush, natural beauty of the Rwandan countryside, Adams also speaks of the searing images of poverty she witnessed there: children with bloated bellies and swollen eyes and faces. “These are children ...
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