Swords, fire and a taste of a faraway land. The Persian Ghaza station at University of Colorado-Boulder certainly has drama going for it. The swords are the special skewers used for lamb, chicken, beef and fish — closely modeled after the way Persian soldiers ate centuries ago. “Students say ‘wow’ when they see the fire (a kebob grill that flares up when kebobs are basted),” says Executive Chef Kerry Paterson. “It does look pretty dramatic,” ...

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