Sisters Esther Heng (left) of Kansas City and Elizabeth Heng Chamberlain of Overland Park share a family favorite Cuban beef dish called Vaca Frita, served here with sweet plantains and rice and beans.
Sisters Esther Heng (left) of Kansas City and Elizabeth Heng Chamberlain of Overland Park share a family favorite Cuban beef dish called Vaca Frita, served here with sweet plantains and rice and beans. David Eulitt deulitt@kcstar.com
Sisters Esther Heng (left) of Kansas City and Elizabeth Heng Chamberlain of Overland Park share a family favorite Cuban beef dish called Vaca Frita, served here with sweet plantains and rice and beans. David Eulitt deulitt@kcstar.com

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