This past month, for example, the Cleveland store's café presented hearty Golden Mushroom Soup from the Gourmet Cookbook, Crab-Stuffed Portabellos from Rachael Ray's Cooking Around the Clock and Provencal Salmon served with tomato-basil sauce and mixed greens from Wolfgang Puck Makes It Easy. The cafes don't exist simply to demo recipes or sell cookbooks, however. They impart a certain homey comfort to the sprawling (the first store was 6,000 square feet) Joseph-Beth stores. They're also a ...
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