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BALKAN TREAT BOX (International)

In the city with the largest Bosnian population outside Europe, Loryn Nalic and her husband, Edo, a Bosnian immigrant, have earned a following with a menu that spans the Balkans. You no longer have to track down their food truck to try their wood-fired somun flatbread with cévapi sausage and kajmak, a dairy spread. 8103 Big Bend Blvd., Webster Groves, 314-733-5700,


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