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Mason Crest Publishers, Oct 1, 2004 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 65 pages
Did you know that American Indian cooks were probably the first to make chowders? And did you know that bleenies are potato pancakes, a traditional dish at Mid-Atlantic church suppers and block parties? This title provides Mid-Atlantic history, traditions, culture, and recipes. It features recipes from Philly Cheese-Steaks to Maryland Crabcakes.

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Before You Cook
MidAtlantic Recipes 1965

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Libal is a writer and artist.

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