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February 3, 1999 | AMELIA SALTSMAN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Being a doughnut lover and a purist (only a glazed, yeast-raised rocks my world), I'd heard enough about Krispy Kreme to know nothing could keep me from making the pilgrimage to La Habra Marketplace, site of the company's first West Coast outlet. After all, "Original Glazed" was the North Carolina-based chain's claim to fame and, after 62 years, still its top seller. I was headed to the source, the ne plus ultra of fried dough.
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March 13, 1988 | JEFF SEIKEN, Seiken is a free-lance writer living in Philadelphia
This city wears its history on its sleeve. On some streets, practically every house is decorated with a white, wood plaque with the year of its construction and the name and occupation of its original owner. In restaurants, menus not only list the food but also its historic significance. And shopkeepers along Derby Street will be glad to deliver a five-minute lecture on some of the town's noteworthy historical events. Salem's enthusiasm for its history is more than justified.
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