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Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext) - Chicago, Ill.
Author: Royko, Mike
Date: Jul 20, 1994
Start Page: 3
Section: NEWS
Abstract (Document Summary)

And this week, the Center for Science in the Public Interest sounded the alarm on the killer taco, the deadly bean that has been refried, and the menace of the guacamole. Just order the combo plate at Jose's Place, and you will be consuming as much fat as if you deep-fried and ate a plump Mexican lady.

If they go into one of the thousands of delis in this country, they can stun us with a report that sandwiches heaped with salami and pastrami and corned beef are bad. Anything with real eggs and mayo, bad. Fried potato pancakes with a splash of sour cream, bad. Fatty chicken soup, very bad.

Or black soul food joints. Ham hocks, bad. Fried chicken, bad. Macaroni and cheese, bad. Rib tips, bad, bad. Liver and onions, bad, bad, bad.

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