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SPRING 2006
VOLUME 4 / NUMBER 2

IN THIS ISSUE: THE WAY WE ATE

Our Favorite Diners

Historic Kitchens to View

Jewish Farmers Invent Agricultural Tourism

Hot Dogs & Fried Clams: What You Loved to Eat

On the cover:
Zip’s Diner in Dayville.
Photo: Nancy O. Albert

Contents
pg 9 From the Publisher:
pg 10 Letters, etc.
pg 14 Suffield: A Town of Farms.
By Laura Dillman
pg 20 Can We See the Kitchen?
By Melanie Anderson Bourbeau
pg 26 Hebrew Tillers of the Soil.
By Mary M. Donohue and Dr. Kenneth Libo
pg 32 Native American Cuisine Saves the Colonists.
By Dale Carson
pg 36 Lunch Wagon to Space-Age Diner: Connecticut’s First Fast Food Emporiums.
By Chris Dobbs with Nancy O. Albert
pg 42 re: Collections
The first American cookbook.
By Jennifer Huget
pg 44 Destination
The Connecticut River Museum celebrates the State fish: the American Shad
By Brenda Milkofsky
pg 46 What We Loved to Eat.
Our readers remember Connecticut delicacies and eateries they loved.
pg 49 Afterword
Special exhibitions and events not to be missed this spring.
pg 52 Soapbox
The Slow Food Movement calls for a return to heirloom varieties.
By Susan R. Chandler

 

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