Great Country Inns of America Cookbook

James Stroman, Author Adams Media Corporation $14.95 (0p) ISBN 978-1-55850-027-3
This book holds many treats for lovers of country inn cooking, as well as those seeking new vacation spots. Stroman ( Dining Out at Home ) has culled an enticing and varied set of recipes from establishments throughout the U.S., and for each inn he offers a brief description (with address and telephone number). But pk even without leaving home readers can taste wild rice soup from Gunflint Lodge in Grand Marais, Minn., or crab bisque from the Glacier Bay Inn in Gustavus, Alaska. Try empanaditas from sp ok/pk Coleen's California Casa overlooking Los Angeles or see how The Plantation Inn and Famous Gerard's Restaurant in Lahaina, Hawaii, gives French pastry an island flavor in its tarte tatin with mango. Those who like their dishes or vacations seasoned with a bit of history might pk try the pk ``overnight'' coffee cake from Vicksburg, Miss.'s Anchuna, where Confederate President Jefferson Davis once exhorted the faithful. Or perhaps sample lemon chicken as prepared at The Irma, an inn built by ``Buffalo Bill'' Cody, named for his daughter and located in--where else?--Cody, Wyo. Illustrated. (June)
Reviewed on: 04/01/1991
Release date: 04/01/1991
Genre: Nonfiction
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