Mystic Seaport's Moveable Feasts Cookbook

Front Cover
Ginger Smyle
Mystic Seaport Museum Stores, 1992 - Cooking - 238 pages
Unlike the moveable feasts of the medieval church calendar, these peripatetic celebrations happen when and where you want them -- at the beach, on a hike, skating with friends, tailgate partying before the big game. There are 414 recipes in this book and some surprises -- a soup that contains gin, a green-tomato pie, a warm spinach and basil salad, squab kebabs suggested for bird-watching trips (Is this proper?). These recipes contributed by Mystic Seaport Museum's members and supporters are intended for excursions and outdoor occasions, and the book's 9-1/4" x 8-1/2" size and comb binding make it as convenient to use on a boat or a picnic table as in the kitchen. Drawings by Sally Caldwell Fisher brighten the pages.

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Contents

On the Road
15
Rooftop and Deck Gatherings
33
At the Seashore
61
Fireworks Display
85
Love on the Run
99
Playground Picnic
125
Hiking Cycling Camping
143
Hayride or Sleighride
167
Skating and Skiing
187
Tree Cutting and Decorating
209
Superbowl Splash
223
Copyright

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