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They re-create recipes from history

By Cathy Huyghe
Globe Correspondent / October 4, 2006

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CAMBRIDGE -- Marilynn and Sheila Brass are in their element. They are sitting at Marilynn`s dining room table, shuffling through hundreds of pieces of paper, handling them with the familiar touch of an old friend. One old scrap, held together with nails, dates to the 18th century French and Indian War (before staples or paper clips). Bits and pieces of ... (Full article: 1032 words)

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