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An Oral History Of New York Food: Dining Out Wasn't Always 'In'

An Oral History Of New York Food: Dining Out Wasn't Always 'In'

New York is now known for pricey restaurants and celebrity chefs. But there are still a few folks who remember buying food from horse-drawn wagons in the city. An audio project aims to preserve these memories, and the voices that share them.

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By Sushma

In History of Food Magazine

Minnesota, US

Minnesota, US

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