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Serving a side of social media with their frites

Trio is blogging their progress as they open Saus

Saus partners (from left) Renee Eliah, Tanya Kropinicki, and Chin Kuo are learning as they go and allowing others to follow along through their blog. Saus partners (from left) Renee Eliah, Tanya Kropinicki, and Chin Kuo are learning as they go and allowing others to follow along through their blog. (Essdras M Suarez/Globe Staff)
By Leah Mennies
Globe Correspondent / April 7, 2010

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It’s about four weeks away from the late-April opening of Belgian street food joint Saus in Faneuil Hall, and 24-year-old co-owner Chin Kuo’s living room is packed with friends and investors. With pens, surveys, and Hoegaardens in hand, the group is eager to sample and critique nearly 30 pommes frites sauce prototypes from lemon-truffle mayo to cheddar Duvel ale and ... (Full article: 794 words)

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