Margo Solod's Cuttyhunk: Life on the Rock contains a suite of galvanizing stories from her 15 years as staffer, innkeeper and cook of the Allen House, Cuttyhunk's finest (and only) inn. This book is essentially a love story, the kind that, like the best love, comes complete with recipes. The kind of love story that encompasses a barefoot Jackie Kennedy; Gertrude, a bloody 378-lb swordfish kept on ice in a bathtub; Jesse-the-dog and Tom-the-cat-not-to-be-trifled-with; and any number of ways to cook a lobster. Vivid, colorful, and touching, this memoir is well worth the reading and cooking time.Nina finally broke when I agreed to do Layliea#39;s rehearsal dinner for one hundred people on the beach as a lobster ... The whole wa covered with more seaweed and finally a tarp, and left to steam merrily away while the guests ate appetizers, drank beer, and dancer on the beach. ... I sent the dishwasher running back to the kitchen with instructions to fill al the big pots ant deep pans with hot water and haulanbsp;...
|Title||:||Cuttyhunk: Life on the Rock|
|Publisher||:||One Wet Shoe Media - 2011|