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An inverse cheese tart inspired by a Panamanian town nestled ini the crater of an inactive volcano, served at Madrigal, a restaurant in Panama City.
NICHOLAS GILL/ The New York Times

Panama

Panama City brings the world’s flavors to its tables

One hundred years after the opening of the Panama Canal — which continues to bring in immigrants of different ethnicities whose foods dominate Panama City’s culinary scene — a new Panamanian cuisine is emerging, one that looks inward while embracing its diversity.



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