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Tomasa Flores prepares lunch Wednesday, Aug. 16, at her family's food cart at the Jasper Wyman Blueberry Co. fields in Deblois, Maine. The Flores family provides meals to the migrant workers both at their cart and out in the field.

Her home cooking keeps laborers in pick condition

By Jonathan Levitt
Globe Correspondent / August 30, 2006

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Under the blue tarps of her cooking tent, Tomasa Flores breads big piles of whole tilapia and deep-fries them to order. But that's not all. From early in the morning until almost midnight, Flores and her family scramble around their jury-rigged kitchens cranking out gorditas, tortas, carne asada tacos, and heaping plates of rice, beans, and chicken ... (Full article: 1240 words)

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