Summertime gives us so many opportunities to eat outside – with farmer’s markets, fairs, outdoor concerts, community events. And at many of these outdoor gatherings across central Vermont, you’re likely to run into a food vendor who introduces himself as "Samosa Man."
His real name is Fuad Ndiabalema.
He came to Vermont as a Congolese refugee and has built a business selling little meat-and-vegetable pies called Samosas.
Fuad and his wife, Fatu make a point of hiring newly arrived refugees to work in their business.
VPR’s Susan Keese stopped by their kitchen to learn more about the international family behind "Samosa Man."