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Catherine Masson
Catherine Masson believes good meals begin at the market, and shoppers should be educated and demanding. (Wendy Maeda/Globe Staff) Wendy Maeda/Globe Staff
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In Paris or Wellesley, the best food is local

By Lisa Zwirn
Globe Correspondent / January 3, 2007

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Catherine Masson's appreciation of good food began when she was 8, growing up in France's Brittany region. Her family had no money, and, in fact, lived on the country's equivalent of welfare. But they found most of what they needed at local farms and in their own and neighbors' gardens. "We had good food at home because it ... (Full article: 778 words)

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