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Tuesday, June 26, 2007

Our intrepid eater

Food section contributor Jonathan Levitt went around Boston asking chefs how to make fried chicken -- and eating it along the way, of course (he can afford the calories).

Then he returned to his own stove and made several batches until he got one he likes. Here it is:


Story and recipe in tomorrow's Food.

Posted by Sheryl Julian at 02:00 PM
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