Hollyhocks & Radishes: Mrs. Chard's Almanac Cookbook

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Pickle Point Pub., 1989 - Cooking - 307 pages
A unique look at a little-known corner of America, Michigan's beautiful Upper Peninsula, where the simple values of life--family, friends, the good earth and good food it produces--still abide. The book is a compilation of happy thoughts and memories of good times and good food that can be made with these unique recipes. This award-winning cookbook is filled with Americana nostalgia and 330 wonderful recipes.

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One of my favorite cookbooks! I grew up in Michigan and I love the nostalgia as well as the yummy food. Very easy to read and follow the instructions. The ingredients are simple with flavorful combinations.

Contents

SOUPS
17
MAIN DISHES pork ham and sausage
79
GOBETWEENS potatoes rice hominy and noodles
115
VEGETABLES of SPRING and the EARLY GARDEN
127
VEGETABLES from MIDSUMMERS GARDEN
137
VEGETABLES of AUTUMNS HARVEST
163
BREADS for breakfast lunch tea or supper
203
THE FRUIT CELLAR
279
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