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Boston Area

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Two Bostons

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by Tord 19 years ago

Seth wrote ---- "My observation is that there are (at least) two Bostons. There is Boston Central, which caters to students and professionals. Then there is Outlying Boston, neighborhoods like Roxb...

Chinese -- Chau Chow

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by Tord 19 years ago

The Golden Palace has finally stopped offering their double lobster deal of two for $9.95 (used to be $8.95) --- so my wife Su and I went down the street to a favorite - the Peach Farm. They were f...

Bismarcks - Sunk By The

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by Tord 19 years ago

Paul asked --- "By the way…does anyone know where to get a real good Bismarck? I am talking fresh doughnut pastry (usually fried) filled with real whipped cream and a decent jelly." ------- Reply...

Chinatown Bakeries --- More on the Double Rich

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by Tord 19 years ago

I have a sack of pastries in front of me - all from the Double Rich Bakery. The first one is that sort of "Bismarck" - the dough tastes of vanilla --typical of many sweet pastries in Chinatown. T...

Chinatown Bakeries -- The Double Rich

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by Tord 19 years ago

Paul wrote ------ "While on the subject…. Chinatown bakeries… are for the most part… "Same Day" scratched baked goods. Considering the sorry state of "Sweet Bakery" these days… I think they are one...

Jasper Returns!

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by Paul Desorcy 19 years ago

When Jasper's closed a few years ago, there were many sad diners in the Boston Area. The restaurant had not fallen out of favor but Jasper had decided it was time to fold the tent. He actually tr...

Valentine's Day Lunch

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by Tord 19 years ago

Any suggestions for a Valentine's Day (Monday) lunch within range of the MBTA? Something a little romantic? Tord

Chinese Jumbo Seafood

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by Tord 19 years ago

How Jumbo got its name I have no idea. The restaurant appeared a few years ago -we tried it - the food seemed only fair and that was about it. With all the good to excellent places surrounding it, ...

Chinese - Chau Chow and Golden Gate

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by Tord 19 years ago

Former Subject: Re(3): Chinese - Ming's Café From foodmaster@mediaone.net (Paul Desorcy) Posted: February 07, 2000 at 18:22:05 Paul said ------- ----snip ------- "Hi Tord Have you ever ...

Chinese -- Chef Chang's House

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by Tord 19 years ago

Chef Chang's House 1004 - 6 Beacon St. Brookline Phone 277 - 4226 This is an old favorite. For some unknown cultural reason the Jewish sub-culture in America seems to be into Chinese food. For a l...

BURGER AND FRIES

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by Paul Desorcy 19 years ago

I can remember the days when a scratch made hamburger patty and some fresh cut French fries were not that hard to find. Even Mickey D's had baskets of fresh cut potatoes hanging above their fryer...

Chinese - Ming's Café

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by Tord Svenson 19 years ago

Another visit to Ming's for a late lunch. The chicken with sweet corn soup -a huge bowl for $5.50 - great tasting and a cold winter's day joy. A hot-pot - seafood with Portuguese sauce --- $7.50....

Creole

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by Tom Stebbins 19 years ago

Hey all, Just returned from Guadeloupe (poor me) where I had my first tastes of true creole food. I saw no gumbo, jumbalaya or other traditional American creole dishes on any of the menus. M...

Ajanta

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by Seth Ditchik 19 years ago

Went to Ajanta yesterday in search of good Indian food. Ajanta is located on First Street in Cambridge, across from the Cambridgeside Galleria. Inspired by a review in Zagats claiming a "great lu...

Jamaican --- Dorchester's Irie

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by Tord Svenson 19 years ago

The neighborhood around Meeting House Hill at the north end of Adam's St. has several interesting restaurants. There used to be a Black Muslim place near the square on Bowdoin St. called Miriam's -...

Cheap Eats - Chronicle's Version -- Part 2

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by Tord Svenson 19 years ago

The next cheap eats expert was Caroline Fox (a fox) affiliated with Gastronomia Magazine. Caroline took us to: The Blue Ribbon Barbecue in West Newton. "Everything is made from scratch" All the...

Cheap Eats - Chronicle's Version -- Part 3

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by Tord Svenson 19 years ago

The last of the cheap eats experts on Chronicle was Rob McKuhn (sp?) a food writer for "Stuff At Night". Rob is a young guy with "hip tastes". His section featured some very funny comments by the...

Cheap Eats --- Chronicle's Version

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by Tord Svenson 19 years ago

Cheap Eats --- Chronicle is a Channel 5 7:30 PM week-nightly gadfly show that covers all sorts of New England topics ('thought tonight they are going to West Palm Beach Florida). Occasionally Chron...

Indian -- Himalaya -- Don't Eat The Yellow Snow

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by Tord Svenson 19 years ago

Subject: Tanjore vs. Himaliya From: sethadrie@earthlink.net (Seth Ditchik) Posted: January 01, 2000 at 14:58:55 Seth said --- In Reply To: Indian-Tanjore Posted by Tord Svenson on D...

Salads

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by Tord Svenson 19 years ago

I was struck by the huge number of selections offered by the salad bar at the Star Market in Central Square Cambridge --just behind the CompUSA store on Mass. Ave. This is a new supermarket --al...

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