Cafe Wisconsin Cookbook

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Univ of Wisconsin Press, May 21, 2007 - Cooking - 222 pages
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Joanne Stuttgen's popular book Cafe Wisconsin guides travelers to Wisconsin's best home-style cafes. Now, continue the journey with the Cafe Wisconsin Cookbook, a compilation of more than one hundred cherished recipes that showcase the distinct culinary and cultural traditions of Wisconsin. From classic pot roasts and country-style pies to long-simmering soups and heritage specialties, the whole soul-satisfying spectrum of Wisconsin cafe fare is here.
Stuttgen tracked down Wisconsin's best small town cafes, from Boscobel to Sturgeon Bay, chatted with owners and customers, took notes, and recorded the history, anecdotes, and recipes behind the food. Tested and fine-tuned by Wisconsin food writer and former chef Terese Allen, these favorite recipes will bring an authentic slice of Wisconsin into your home kitchen.
 

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Following the popular Cafe Wisconsin, a guidebook to the Badger State's homiest diners, roadside restaurants and small-town eateries, this cookbook offers the best recipes from a state not necessarily ... Read full review

Contents

Baked Goods
Soups
Salads
Daily Specials
Sandwiches and Burgers
Side Dishes and Extras
Pies and Other Desserts
Further Reading
Index
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About the author (2007)

Joanne Raetz Stuttgen is a professional folklorist who has lived in Minnesota and Wisconsin and now makes her home in Indiana. She is the author of Cafe Wisconsin, also published by the University of Wisconsin Press. Terese Allen is food editor for Organic Valley, food columnist for Madison’s Isthmus newspaper, and author of Wisconsin’s Hometown Flavors and The Ovens of Brittany Cookbook.