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We lived on 15th and Wilshire, in a duplex behind Kenny's. At the time Kenny's cousin had a deli closer to Ocean Park Boulevard, 2nd I think, called Izzy's. These days Izzy's has moved to where Kenny's used to be. There you have it, pastrami on rye, bagels with lox and cream cheese, the works. My library was downtown Santa Monica, close to Claudia Chaplin's dance studio where I studies Modern Dance. Reading books on cooking, velveteen sauces, waiting tables at the Schiller Hotel in…

We lived on 15th and Wilshire, in a duplex behind Kenny's. At the time Kenny's cousin had a deli closer to Ocean Park Boulevard, 2nd I think, called Izzy's. These days Izzy's has moved to where Kenny's used to be. There you have it, pastrami on rye, bagels with lox and cream cheese, the works. My library was downtown Santa Monica, close to Claudia Chaplin's dance studio where I studies Modern Dance. Reading books on cooking, velveteen sauces, waiting tables at the Schiller Hotel in…

This is the inspiration for 'Hollywood & Rye', a signed menu hanging in the entrance hall at the Mermaid Inn: 'Charles Chaplin 1966 visited the 'Mermaid' with Marlon Brando and Sophie Loren during the filming of The Countess from Hong Kong'

This is the inspiration for 'Hollywood & Rye', a signed menu hanging in the entrance hall at the Mermaid Inn: 'Charles Chaplin 1966 visited the 'Mermaid' with Marlon Brando and Sophie Loren during the filming of The Countess from Hong Kong'

Oona O'neil, Lady Chaplin was the daughter of Nobel and Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Eugene O'Neill. She was the fourth wife of actor Charlie Chaplin.

Oona O'neil, Lady Chaplin was the daughter of Nobel and Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Eugene O'Neill. She was the fourth wife of actor Charlie Chaplin.

The photographer Dinah Fried's 'Fictitious Dishes' captures iconic culinary   moments from literature The Catcher in the Rye

10 great meals in literature

The photographer Dinah Fried's 'Fictitious Dishes' captures iconic culinary moments from literature The Catcher in the Rye

J.D. Salinger met Oona O'Neil, the daughter of Eugene O'Neil, in NYC before the war. He was in love, wrote Oona many letters, they dated, and then he went to war and Oona went to Hollywood. She was a model, beautiful, met Charlie Chaplin, fell in love with him and married him. J.D. Salinger was always fascinated by young women in their late teens, before they gravitated into mature adulthood. He probably never forgave Oona, and harbored a dislike for Chaplin over the years.

J.D. Salinger met Oona O'Neil, the daughter of Eugene O'Neil, in NYC before the war. He was in love, wrote Oona many letters, they dated, and then he went to war and Oona went to Hollywood. She was a model, beautiful, met Charlie Chaplin, fell in love with him and married him. J.D. Salinger was always fascinated by young women in their late teens, before they gravitated into mature adulthood. He probably never forgave Oona, and harbored a dislike for Chaplin over the years.

Charlie Chaplin #LefthandersIntl - http://Left-handersInternational.com

Charlie Chaplin #LefthandersIntl - http://Left-handersInternational.com

Green tomatoes from Keith's farm @unsqgreenmarket taste delicious cooked down with rye toast and poached eggs. #localfood

Green tomatoes from Keith's farm @unsqgreenmarket taste delicious cooked down with rye toast and poached eggs. #localfood

Mrs Charlie Chaplin Oona O'Neil Chaplin standing on the roof of the building squating

Mrs Charlie Chaplin Oona O'Neil Chaplin standing on the roof of the building squating

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