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May 16, 2008


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Malcolm Steiner

I am working a book about Old Mobile Restaurants. I knew Eugene and had many a dinner with him. Just Sunday I was reading 'cooking southern style' and he was talking about being given the Gulf City Cookbook. I looked it up and found sigal.org and you.
What can you tell me of the reference to (Bienvenu), "the first Creole citizen born in the US "? where did Eugene write this? And do you have and Restaurant stuff, pictures ,menus, advertisements etc of Old Mobile Restaurants from 1702 till today? By the way the first New Orleans baker came from Mobile also.
Thank You
Malcolm Steiner

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