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Ten Restaurants that Changed America

Americans love to eat French, from Delmonico’s Gilded Age excesses to Chez Panisse’s refined perfection. But don’t overlook Howard Johnson’s ice cream and fried clams, Mama Leone’s exuberant pasta, and Antoine’s classic Creole. So while French may be a default setting, Americans … Continue reading

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CHoWline–Mad Feast

Food is a vehicle to study history, culture, economics, social justice, art, and science and more. It’s also a way to explore ourselves–obsessions, fears, joys. In The Mad Feast, Matthew Gavin Frank explores American foodways filtered through his own obsessions–ranging from … Continue reading

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