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Airstrip chow

Rosa Rasiel Jun 18, 2000 04:19 PM

In today's Boston Sunday Globe Magazine, Doug Bailey writes about food at small airstrips. He reports a "niche economy in airport cafés." I thought these sounded like possible off-the-beaten track, on-the-road options for chowhounds. There's a reference in the article to a site that tracks and informally rates them: www.100dollarhamburger.com. (The price figures in the cost of fueling and flying your plane.)

Link: http://www.boston.com/globe/magazine/...

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    ChefJohn RE: Rosa Rasiel Jun 21, 2000 12:59 AM

    There is a small airstrip at Reelfoot State Park in N. Tennessee and the park has a fine little Southern restaurant and people fly in just for fried catfish. Cool!

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