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Hazelhurst | Aug 30, 200110:19 PM     40

Does anyone recall the old Angelo's? It was demolished by Hurricane Camille in 1969 and "rebuilt" but the new structure could never replace the old one, with the oak tree in the dining room. I wonder if anyone remembers the Angelo's salad and, if so, has anyone got a recipe? Angelo was Greek and he had feta cheese in the salad (and went light on the salt) and also included anchovies. For years it was one of only two or three Mississippi restaurants that tried to do more than merely fry catfish (Weidmeann's was another) I exaggerate only slightly.....

ANy help on Angelo's recipes--or descendants of the family who might hold recipes--would be appreciated.

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