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 Newport firefighter Bob Hurley stirs a bubbling kettle of booya. (Pioneer Press: John Doman)

Newport firefighter Bob Hurley stirs a bubbling kettle of booya.
(Pioneer Press: John Doman)

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  Booya Fundraiser - Faith in Action
Hackensack, MN

 Booya changed to curbside event with Faith in Action
-- PineandLakes Echo Journal (02 September 2020)

 Undated handout photo of St. Paul cops and firefighters™ booya celebration, featured on PBS™ The Meaning of Food show on Friday. In St. Paul, Minnesota, the firefighters and police hold an annual all-male, all-night ritual to see who prepares the best Booya. Featured in "Food and Family".

Undated handout photo of St. Paul cops and firefighters™ booya celebration, featured on PBS™ The Meaning of Food: Booya Kings: Dads & Sons show. In St. Paul, Minnesota, the firefighters and police hold an annual all-male, all-night ritual to see who prepares the best Booya. Featured in "Food and Family".
Photo credit: Pie in the Sky Productions. sd 4/7/05
(Pioneer Press: John Doman)



Newport firefighter Bob Hurley stirs a bubbling kettle of booya.
(Pioneer Press: John Doman)



 The Booyah Shed, Green Bay, Wisconsin.

  The Booyah Shed
Green Bay, Wisconsin

We Eat what? Jonathan Deutsch.

Roufs, Timothy G. 2018. "Booya." From We Eat What?: A Cultural Encyclopedia of Unusual Foods in the United States, by Jonathan Deutsch, (Ed.). Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO, pp. 30-36.


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