KRAKOW, Poland — They’ve only lived together a week and don’t speak the same language, but Marcin Browarski and his new Ukrainian houseguests are already joking about who makes better food.
Space for cooking is tight in the tiny Soviet-era flat, which Browarski and his 10-year-old son now share with three Ukrainian refugees. Cooking is done on a hotplate, and whatever doesn’t fit in the fridge is stored on the chilly patio outside.
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