Fillet Up

Stern, Jane; Stern, Michael
June 2001
Gourmet;Jun2001, Vol. 61 Issue 6, p77
Features the Coleman's Fish Market at Centre Market, West Virginia, and the fish sandwiches it offers. Preparation of the sandwiches; Comments from Joe Coleman, owner of the place.


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