A Cook's Tour of the Eastern Shore

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Tidewater Publishers, 1959 - Cooking - 376 pages
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Maryland's famed tidewater region is a wellspring of gourmet delights. And A Cook's Tour of the Eastern Shore has earned a reputation as the cookbook of epicurean fare so characteristic of this area. There are pages and pages with variations on the seafood theme: fish, crabs, clams, and oysters; breads, pones, and beaten biscuits; vegetables, sauces, and salads; candies, cookies, cakes, and icings -- some 460 recipes in all. One of our most popular titles.

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Contents

Section 1
3
Section 2
18
Section 3
24
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