Southern Country Cooking from the Loveless Cafe

Southern Country Cooking from the Loveless Cafe

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Beginning as a party house in the forties, the then private home had one of the largest hardwood living room floors around, perfect for dancing the night away. In the fifties it was known as the Harpeth Valley Tea Room owned by Lon and Annie Loveless. In 1951 it became the Loveless Cafe and in the seventies and eighties qthe modest roadside eatery that once had been Nashille's secret went national. Discovered by food writers . . . the Loveless found itself recognized as a precious cultural institution.q As fast food gained popularity travelers were looing for old-fashioned country cookin'. The Loveless Cafe is like stepping back in time, where the biscuits and jams are made from scratch and the pork is cooked until the meat falls off the bone. It's an institution in Nashville and a favorite destination of celebrities and locals alike. The Loveless offers an authentic experience that reminds people of their childhood and of great southern traditions. qOne of the five 'Best Places in America for Breakfast.'q ?CBS This Morning qIf you want to taste the best country cooking anywhere, you just need to go to my favorite restaurant, The Loveless Cafe. Everything they serve is great. I guarantee it! Do yourself a favor and pay them a visit.q ?George Jones qLoveless Restaurant, the real McCoy of Southern cooking.q ?USA Todaya€œTo me, it had always seemed like chain restaurant food: open a can of pudding and dump it into a bowl with banana ... 1 quart whole milk 12 egg yolks M1 vanilla bean, split and seeds scraped out 1% cups sugar No nilla wafers 1 cup plus 2 ... Spread enough vanilla cream over this to create a smooth and level surface.

Title:Southern Country Cooking from the Loveless Cafe
Author:Michael Stern, Jane Stern
Publisher:Thomas Nelson Inc - 2005-04-02


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