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Hold the fried clams

Menino gives chefs the skinny on healthier cooking

Maureen Alphonse-Charles of Milton had salad with grilled chicken at Victoria's Diner, which is working with the city to offer healthy dishes.
By Matt Viser
Globe Staff / August 18, 2006

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If one thing can be said about the signature breakfast at Poppa B's, a hopping soul food joint on Blue Hill Avenue, it's that it won't leave you hungry, with a smothered pork chop, three scrambled eggs and cheese, grits, fried apples, and homemade biscuits. (Full article: 830 words)

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