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Molière's Last Meal New York 2007 - B & H Deli

Jean-Baptiste Poquelin, a/k/a Molière, is the French Shakespeare, specializing in such comedies as The Miser, The Misanthrope, and Tartuffe. A famous trencherman who eschewed the florid language of his contemporaries, he enthused, "I feed on good soup, not beautiful language." We're going to provide that soup at the hallowed B & H Deli in the East Village, where the roster of vegetarian soups runs to bright red cabbage, even redder beet borscht, pallid navy bean, and our very favorite, the meaty but meatless vegetable.
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