A History of Connecticut Food: A Proud Tradition of Puddings, Clambakes & Steamed Cheeseburgers (2020)

A History of Connecticut Food A Proud Tradition of Puddings Clambakes Steamed Cheeseburgers A History of Connecticut Food aims to acquaint the reader with the long and storied relationship of the state s people and their provisions Each chapter will focus on a different crop livestock game
  • Title: A History of Connecticut Food: A Proud Tradition of Puddings, Clambakes & Steamed Cheeseburgers
  • Author: Eric D. Lehman Amy Nawrocki
  • ISBN: 9781609495121
  • Page: 301
  • Format: Paperback
  • A History of Connecticut Food: A Proud Tradition of Puddings, Clambakes & Steamed Cheeseburgers
    A History of Connecticut Food aims to acquaint the reader with the long and storied relationship of the state s people and their provisions Each chapter will focus on a different crop, livestock, game, or prepared dish that Connecticut has either pioneered or made its own Along with these brief histories, the book will feature traditional and modernized recipes In shortA History of Connecticut Food aims to acquaint the reader with the long and storied relationship of the state s people and their provisions Each chapter will focus on a different crop, livestock, game, or prepared dish that Connecticut has either pioneered or made its own Along with these brief histories, the book will feature traditional and modernized recipes In short, A History of Connecticut Food will both inform the people of Connecticut about their culinary past and inspire them to explore it.
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    One Reply to “A History of Connecticut Food: A Proud Tradition of Puddings, Clambakes & Steamed Cheeseburgers”

    1. This is a fun read Not only is the book full of interesting recipes, there is some great historical info here The authors rely a great deal on Catherine Beecher and Amelia Simmons not a relation to Adelma as far as I know There is a typo or two It is Theodate Pope who designed Hill Stead, not Polk Much interesting information from early Indian and Colonial food through fish, meats, breads, sweets, all the way to Munson s This is a quick and fun read available at the Burlington library

    2. I love this book As a resident of Connecticut, I am always interested in learning the histories of the foods we consume This book is interesting to read, and the wonderful recipes in this book make it an extra special treat I can t wait to try them

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