No accounting for tastes

I think most Americans embrace being part of a demographic melting pot. It’s not always easy ‒ change rarely is. But making room for people from other cultures is part of what it means to be American, and a reward for that is being able to try cuisines others bring with them as they become part of that pot. Items like huevos rancheros have become common on menus everywhere, while many put Sriracha on their eggs and fish sauce on their breakfast bánh mì.

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