The symphonic smells of pungent fish sauce, tangy curries and sizzling meat waft through the hot, thick air as families shelter in the shade of an ornate temple, plates of steaming noodles and banana leaf-wrapped sweet rice in hand.

It could be a scene from a bustling street market in Thailand on a stifling summer’s day, but it’s Dallas on a Sunday afternoon. After shutting down for nearly a year during the pandemic, the Buddhist Center of Dallas has resumed its Sunday food stalls.

For 15 years, every Sunday the Buddhist temple off of Forest Lane in North Dallas has

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