Item description for Wisconsin's Hometown Flavors: A Cook's Tour of Butcher Shops, Bakeries, Cheese Factories & Other Specialty Markets (Trails Books Guide) by Terese Allen...
Wisconsin's rich and diverse ethnic heritage is expressed most robustly in its food traditions. Here, Terese Allen takes us on a sumptuous tour, visiting family-run bakeries, country meat markets, prizewinning cheese factories, and beloved confection shops. We meet the people behind the foods, hear their interesting stories, and come away with some of their favorite recipes. For people who love to eat, cook, and travel, this book is the ultimate companion for both kitchen and car.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.5" Width: 6" Height: 9" Weight: 0.95 lbs.
Release Date Jan 1, 2003
Publisher Trails Books
ISBN 1931599203 ISBN13 9781931599207
Availability 0 units.
More About Terese Allen
Terese Allen has written many books and articles about Wisconsin s food traditions and culinary culture, including "The Flavor of Wisconsin, "the 2012 "Wisconsin Local Foods Journal, "and "Cafe Wisconsin Cookbook. "She is food editor for Organic Valley and a columnist for "Edible Madison" magazine. Terese serves as president of the Culinary History Enthusiasts of Wisconsin (CHEW) and is the former chair of the REAP Food Group, a food and sustainability organization in southern Wisconsin.
As director of the Office of School Services at the Wisconsin Historical Society, Bobbie Malone wrote and edited many books for classrooms, including the fourth grade textbook, "Wisconsin: Our State, Our Story"; the New Badger History series; and the Badger Biographies series. Now she consults with school districts and museums and is busily working on a biographyof author-illustrator Lois Lenski."
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Fun to simply browse through and "kitchen cook friendly" Mar 4, 2003
Wisconsin cuisine reflects rich and diverse ethnic heritages and traditions. In Wisconsin's Hometown Flavors: A Cook's Tour Of Butcher Shops, Bakeries, Cheese Factories & Other Specialty Markets, Wisconsin-based cookbook writer and food expert Terese Allen takes the reader on a descriptive survey of more than 130 shops (arranged geographically); showcases more than 125 recipes; and provides "user friendly" maps to the best of Wisconsin's bakeries, cheese factories, butcher shops, and specialty markets. From Cheddar Cheese Coins; Greek-Style Omelette with Fresh Spinach, Black Olives & Feta Cheese; Lamb, Potato & Asparagus Stew; and Pear Frangipane Tart; to Mixed Greens with Grilled Pork Tenderloin & Blueberries; Swedish Limpa Bread; Dried Cherry Waldorf Salad; and Chocolate Cherry Bundt Cake, Wisconsin's Hometown Flavors is as much fun to simply browse through as it is "kitchen cook friendly" to plan a meal from!