by Ian Froeb
Despite [Suljeman] Grbic's pride in his place of birth, he rejects attempts, however slight, to define his work and his family as anything but American.You'll excuse us if we also draw attention to the slideshow that accompanies the article, which features photographs by frequent RFT contributor (and our former staff photographer) Jennifer Silverberg.
"We don't serve Bosnian food," he said as his wife stacked a table with grilled pljeskavica, patties of veal, stuffed with feta cheese, and cevapi, small beef sausages, served between slices of lepinja. "We buy our chicken here, we buy our veal here, we buy everything here. We cook American food."