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Uglesich's restaurant could return as a franchise

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NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Seven years after Anthony and Gail Uglesich (OOH-guhl-zich) closed their famous lunch spot, they're looking into franchising the name. Their drab neighborhood joint drew food lovers from all over the country with a menu ranging from raw oysters and fried seafood to shrimp sauteed with Chinese chili paste, garlic, and three colors of bell peppers. Since it closed, they've...

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