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Taste of Maryland History: A Guide to Historic Eateries and Their Recipes
Debbie Nunley (au); Karen Jane Elliott (au)
Maryland provides many opportunities to visit historic restaurants. At the Reynolds Tavern and Tea Room in Annapolis, the authors ate in a structure formerly known as The Beaver and Lac’d Hat, where customers could take a meal, play cards and stable their horses. At Gabriel’s Inn in Ijamsville, Debbie enjoyed a French provincial feast near where residents once witnessed America’s first railroad trip. Nunley and Elliott have a deft touch in describing the architecture, decor, cuisine, and ambiance at the many establishments they visit. This book covers 90 restaurants and includes 200 recipes adapted for home use, from local standards like Crab Cakes and Seafood Imperial to surprises like Hibiscus Tea Sorbet and Pot Pie of Wild Mushrooms. Illustrations.
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