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Food & History & Language

Sean | Jun 29, 2000 10:35 AM

It's interesting to see the same word used for meatballs from Greece to India: Kofte (or some other variation). My guess is Alexander the Great had something to with it. Does anybody know anything more about this, such as where the word originated?

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