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It was a lovely dinner in an equally lovely space, making it all the more impressive that Emma’s Torch was not just another seasonal Brooklyn restaurant with mason jar glasses, but a culinary training center for refugees.

"There have been other trans women on reality shows -- Isis from America’s Next Top Model and La Verne on [I Want to Work for] Diddy.

On a recent Thursday night, I left my office to eat at Emma’s Torch, a new restaurant in Cobble Hill, Brooklyn that had taken over the space of a beloved fried chicken establishment.

I indulged in black-eyed pea hummus with pita, an heirloom tomato salad, grilled branzino, a creamy cavatelli with summer squash, and a pistachio bread pudding so good I ate the entire serving even though I am kind of allergic to pistachios (what can I say, I’m a risk-taker).

The majority of the house had stories of struggle to tell" whereas in other seasons, most in the house "just wanted to be actors.

I felt I had a story to tell, that you can come from nothing and make something of yourself.

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