Minnesota Eats Out is a virtual romp through the state's dining spots, from early health resorts to Prohibition-era speakeasies to AaW drive-ins, illustrated with over one thousand photographs, postcards, menus, matchbooks, and collectible dishes. In eleven chapters divided by type of eatery, Kathryn Strand Koutsky and Linda Koutsky narrate the history of dining in the North Star State, highlighting innovative foods, cutting-edge graphic design, and inspired restaurant architecture, along with anecdotes about beloved restaurants remembered through the decades. Accompanying this history is a collection of recipes for dishes made famous through the years, like the pioneers' Indian Pudding and old favorites from Eibner's Bakery in New Ulm or Ruttger's Resort in Brainerd. Eleanor Ostman revised these recipes for preparation in modern kitchens. Embellished with historic photographs, collectible tableware, and restaurant ephemera, the recipes invite today's readers to re-create cherished flavor memories.... served what is now called comfort food, and nothing was more comforting than a thick slice of meatloaf sharing a plate with mashed potatoes, gravy, and peas. ... TO MAKE MEATLOAF SANDWICHES: Cut warm meatloaf into thick slices.
|Title||:||Minnesota Eats Out|
|Author||:||Kathryn Strand Koutsky, Linda Koutsky, Eleanor Ostman|
|Publisher||:||Minnesota Historical Society - 2003|