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Between Meals by A.J. Liebling
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Feb 13, 2008

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Best for the bit in which Liebling blames the demise of great French cooking on those modish child-labor laws, keeping nuances of the trade from being introduced at toddlerdom. He quotes the last of a line of French circus clowns whose legs were broken by his father, for, to quote roughly, "God bless him, he knew a clown should walk in a comical fashion."

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