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Book Title: Recipes of Trailside Cafe and Tea Room|
The author of the book: Denele Pitts Campbell
ISBN 13: 9781492137405
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 758 KB
Date of issue: August 12th 2013
Read full description of the books:NEW! EXPANDED SECOND EDITION!
Serving everything from Hummus Pita to Crusty Peach Cobbler, Trailside Café and Tea Room became a favorite destination for the few years of its existence. Plate lunches of Pot Roast or Ribs ‘n’ Kraut became overnight hits. Patrons demanded recipes! At the close of the restaurant in December 2011, the first edition of the cookbook sold out three printings.
Now with a new section on Sandwiches, and a greatly expanded last chapter including many more family recipes sure to be a hit in anyone's kitchen, Recipes of Trailside Café and Tea Room offers the 'how-to' for delicious Appetizers, hearty soups like Split Pea or Potato Leek, fresh salads including Wilted Lettuce, and scrumptious desserts like Lime Pie and Apricot Fried Pies. While some of the recipes like Fried Potatoes are familiar regulars for most cooks, many others utilize unexpected ingredients (Persimmon Cake!) or combinations (Skillet Dinner for One). Over 200 recipes for easy, down home food.
In a family-based introduction, author Denele Campbell recounts the life journey of her recipes, from Depression-era basics to the buffet at the officer's club, and gives a brief history of what led her to open the café. She may have marked that project off her bucket list, but the flavor of its food lingers.
Read information about the authorArkansas native Denele Campbell tracks her family’s roots in the state back to the early 1800s and credits this inheritance for her love of homegrown tomatoes and hoot owls late at night. After college and a few years on the West Coast, Campbell and her then-husband settled on a tick-infested Ozark hilltop to raise three children amid organic gardening, milking goats, and preparing for the apocalypse. Since the 1980s when her series of biographical profiles of musicians was published in The Grapevine, Campbell’s interest in Northwest Arkansas and its people has resulted in articles published in the Washington County Historical Society’s quarterly, Flashback, and several books. South County is Campbell’s most recent work focusing on local history.
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