A Turkish delicacy sold at an Armenian shop in Boston

Despite longstanding tensions between Armenians and Turks, a Turkish delicacy is prepared at an Armenian grocery near Boston. Kaymak, which sells for $30 a pound, is the Turkish version of clotted cream, often used to cut the sweetness of treats. It’s a painstaking process to make it. GBH Radio’s James Bennett II visits the grocery to see what all the fuss is about.

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