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Philadelphia market holds feast of forgotten foods

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PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The city's Reading Terminal Market is celebrating long-lost foods that were formerly Philly staples, from teaberry ice cream to fried oysters with chicken salad. The third biennial Festival of Forgotten Foods, which takes place Saturday at the 121-year-old downtown market, is offering about a dozen examples of foods that were the hoagies, soft pretzels and water ice of...

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