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Sister Act

T’S MIDAFTERNOON AS I make my way through crosstown traffic to Balaton, a strip-mall restaurant in Shaker Square on the outskirts of Cleveland,, a Frisbee-size disk of fried bread that is meant to be torn into pieces and dipped into paprika-dusted sour cream and garlic butter.

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