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On the 11th day of Christmas my true love gave to me... •    Eleven piping-hot cassoulet from The Yelling Goat With confit duck, Tarbais beans, pork belly and garlicky Toulouse sausages required, the traditional French cassoulet's ingredients are difficult to procure, and its preparation could take up to three days. Yet this culinary treat certainly pays off when the pro…

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Fine dining restaurants, the most sophisticated and expensive neighborhood in the restaurant world, often use chef’s names in their advertising.I’ve never seen a cook’s name in lights in the blue-collar world of diner row until I went to the Dutch Mill in Lancaster. There it was, spelled out in the marquee’s electric lights, right on Broadway: DUTCH MILL WELCOMES … CAROL M…

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The block-letter illuminated sign in front of the Yelling Goat speaks in Neighborhood Restaurantese. MON – KIDS EAT FREE. TUES – 2 FOR 1 WINGS. Wednesday brings endless pasta. Guess if there’s a Friday fish fry. (Yup.) But if you take a gander at the place, you’ll also notice the restaurant’s logo, a bawling long-eared kid. That’s your warning that when it comes to neighbo…