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Hooked

When 13 women in the local food industry went fishing, the nibble they got came second to the bites they brought

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By Bridget Samburg
Globe Correspondent / July 8, 2009

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It all started with an annual hunting trip, one that a group of Boston’s male chefs organize, no women allowed. The men hunt, kill, eat. “They don’t invite us, so we decided to do girls gone fishing,’’ says Carla Pallotta, co-owner with her sister Christine Pallotta of Nebo in the North End. The two called and e-mailed around town until ... (Full article: 917 words)

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