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Pairings for July/August

by in Jul 2008
Pairings for July/August
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The clues:

First: The diva of French cooking, this Boston TV personality gained legions of fans across the country with her wit, personality, and simple philosophy: “Keep your knives sharp… Above all, have a good time.”

Second: From brothers George, Charles, and Edward Parker in Salem, Massachusetts, came some of the most popular games of our time: Clue, Risk, Sorry!, and Monopoly, among others. In Pawtucket, Rhode Island, brothers Henry and Helal Hassenfeld turned out favorites like Mr. Potato Head and G.I. Joe, before bringing Parker Brothers under Hasbro’s corporate banner.

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