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From left: Gloria Amaya, José Amaya, Silvia Gómez, and Alicia Villanueva, the founder of Tamales Los Mayas. A graduate of La Cocina's program for food entrepreneurs, Villanueva now provides catering to scores of Bay Area companies each month, and her tamales are sold in Northern California Whole Foods stores. Eric Wolfinger hide caption

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The Food Business Incubator That Helps Immigrant Women Pursue The American Dream

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Trinity Groves, a sprawling food incubator in West Dallas, has attracted diverse chefs and huge crowds. Rebecca Combs/Courtesy of Trinity Groves hide caption

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Cuisine And Culture Transform A Dallas Neighborhood

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