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A Chicago Tradition: Marshall Field's Food and Fashion explores a retail icon's gustatory and fashion sense. How the original tearoom came about; how and why Mrs. Hering, a millinery salesclerk, got a menu item named after her; and just what makes Frango Mints so special are explained. Five of Field's all-time favorite recipes are shared with the reader; gorgeous photographs give us a glimpse of dining in days gone by. Also discussed and illustrated are some unique fashion firsts from Field's: first bridal registry, first men's store, first boutique. Take an intimate tour of one of the few remaining department stores totally devoted to quality and the customer, and sample a bit of Chicago history along the way.
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Joan Greene chronicles the fabled store's success. -- NATIONAL POST, Sept. 24, 2005, Retail therapist Nathalie Atkinson browses the best of fall's new books
The store's history is presented through gorgeous historical photos and vignettes...includes some of the most famous recipes... -- Bella Online, November 17, 2005
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