Adventures in Eating: A star is born

On an evening in 1937, Robert Cobb, manager of the Brown Derby restaurant at Wilshire and Vine in Hollywood, found himself in a dilemma.  His friend, Sid Grauman, owner of the iconic Grauman's Chinese Theater in Hollywood, came in and wanted to have a chat.  The dining room w

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