Skloot explores the parallel political, cultural and gastronomic universes of two restaurants: a locally owned, eccentric bistro and a Bob Evans. We happened to read this piece not long after reading “Just Getting By,” a first-person account in The (Cleveland) Plain Dealer about waiting tables at a Bob Evans. The two make a nice pair of readings.

Read “Two Americas, Two Restaurants, One Town,” by Rebecca Skloot

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