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Recipes from Historic Texas

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by
Linda Bauer and Steve Bauer

Book Details

Format: EPUB

Page count: 224 pages

File size: 2.1 MB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

Recipes from Historic Texas will please your palate and nourish your mind. Enjoy an extraordinary bite of Texas history with visits to restaurants located in unusual historic settings – a gristmill, a church, a stagecoach, a gas station, and a funeral home, to name a few. Two recipes from each establishment are included in this original volume and the offerings form a well-balanced selection of Texas cuisine. Organized by the seven geographic “provinces” of Texas, a brief history accompanies the profiles of each of the 66 restaurants, as well as basic information such as hours of operation, location, and other details. An eclectic mix of the simple and the exotic, the recipes range from the Cowboy Omelet at Beaumont’s The Pig Stand to the Jicama Salad at Dallas’s famous Mansion on Turtle Creek.

Recipes from Historic Texas will please your palate and nourish your mind. Enjoy an extraordinary bite of Texas history with visits to restaurants located in unusual historic settings – a gristmill, a church, a stagecoach, a gas station, and a funeral home, to name a few. Two recipes from each establishment are included in this original volume and the offerings form a well-balanced selection of Texas cuisine. Organized by the seven geographic “provinces” of Texas,… (more)

Recipes from Historic Texas will please your palate and nourish your mind. Enjoy an extraordinary bite of Texas history with visits to restaurants located in unusual historic settings – a gristmill, a church, a stagecoach, a gas station, and a funeral home, to name a few. Two recipes from each establishment are included in this original volume and the offerings form a well-balanced selection of Texas cuisine. Organized by the seven geographic “provinces” of Texas, a brief history accompanies the profiles of each of the 66 restaurants, as well as basic information such as hours of operation, location, and other details. An eclectic mix of the simple and the exotic, the recipes range from the Cowboy Omelet at Beaumont’s The Pig Stand to the Jicama Salad at Dallas’s famous Mansion on Turtle Creek.

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