S. H.
August 1960
New Yorker;8/13/1960, Vol. 36 Issue 26, p80
The article describes markets and retail trade in New York city. Marketes in the Deep South are particularly untidy and serves delicious small Gulf shrimp. The shrimps are boiled in a highly seasoned court bouillon, then drained and served buried in crushed ice. Shrimp from North Carolina waters are sold at Wynne and Treanor, the Rosedale Fish and Oyster Market and Leonard's Fish Market.


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