Chowder lovers feel crushed by crackers' crumble

Holmstrom, David
September 1996
Christian Science Monitor;9/12/96, Vol. 88 Issue 202, p15
Focuses on the opposition by chowder lovers in the United States to the decision of (NABISCO) to eliminate the Crown Pilot Crackers from its product line. Crackers' link to culinary history.


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