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    Signature Dish: Elizabeth Knowlton’s fish chowder - Joel Page/Staff Photographer | of | Share this photo

    Elizabeth Knowlton, innkeeper at the Inn at Bath, checks on a pot of fish chowder adapted from a recipe from her grandmother's copy of the Boston Cooking School Cookbook.

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    Dorothy Wellington Britt taught her granddaughter Elizabeth Knowlton how to cook. Knowlton is now the innkeeper at the Inn at Bath.

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    Knowlton still has her grandmother's copy of the Fannie Farmer cookbook from the Boston Cooking School.

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    This undated photo shows Elizabeth Knowlton's grandparents, Albert Britt and Dorothy Wellington Britt. Knowlton's grandmother attended the Boston Cooking School.

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    Knowlton looks through her grandmother's journal from 1945. Her grandmother kept detailed notes of her daily activities.

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    Elizabeth Knowlton has adapted her fish chowder recipe from her grandmother’s 1934 edition of “The Boston Cooking School Cook Book.”

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