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is a combination of
pasta . -- Fellini
Dine Like Rabelais (Till the Bill Comes) - B efore sitting down at an inn to eat a meal he couldn't pay for and setting off on a journey to Paris he couldn't afford, the destitute Rabelais ostentatiously put aside a few packages that were sure to attract attention. they were labeled "poison for the king and "poison for the dauphin." MORE by E. Rothstein, NYTimes - "Was it really the food that attracted people to restaurants?" or the anxious interplay of hierarchy and democratization."

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