New England Cookbook
This New England Cookbook is a later printing of a 1954 edition. inside you will find regional favorites from New England. Among the hundreds of recipes, you will find dishes from Boston, Weston, and other key culinary cities in the New England region.
Format: Hardcover with dust jacket, 236 pages.
Publisher: Random House
Author: Eleanor Early
Description: Hundreds of choice New England recipes -- many for famous dishes you've often savored, others for lesser-known delicacies you'll greet with joy -- are here set forth in easy-to-follow, step-by-step form. You'll find Apple Pan Dowdy and U. S. Senate Bean Soup, Nantucket Firemen's Supper and Indian Pudding, New England Boiled Dinner and Lumberjack Pie.
But that's only a part of what you'll discover in this delectable cookbook.
There are anecdotes and comments about the origins of the dishes and the ingredients and about the derivations of odd terminology that emanates from New England kitchens. There are recipes from Aroostook County, Maine, and from Boston; from Madison, Connecticut, and from Weston, Vermont; from Yarmouth and from the Great Bay region of New Hampshire. And to round it all up, there's a full index and some charming old engravings sprinkled through these pages.
Start browsing anywhere in this regional cookbook, and before long you'll have added many a tasty new dish to your menus.
Condition: Dust jacket has two small tears. First blank page has large inscription in ink to original owner.
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