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Haymarket food counter draws a loyal following

Adib Kabbani with a dish at Haymarket International Food. Adib Kabbani with a dish at Haymarket International Food. (Michele McDonald for The Boston Globe)
By Liza Weisstuch
Globe Correspondent / March 3, 2010

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On a frigid winter afternoon in a subterranean Haymarket grocery, a father with his two young boys is listening to a man in a chef’s apron and a herringbone flat cap speak enthusiastically about his eggplant. It doesn’t take much to persuade the dad to try a plate, despite the fact that the younger son is yanking at his sleeve. (Full article: 703 words)

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