The restaurants are grouped by theme-those located on the waterfront, those that were stops on the Underground Railroad, those frequented by famous people, and those haunted by a ghostly presence, to name a few. People in eastern Pennsylvania might enjoy The Garden Restaurant in Philadelphia or The Jefferson House Restaurant in Norristown, where Joe DiMaggio was reunited with a chef he'd met 35 years earlier. Those in central Pennsylvania might like to visit Alfred's Victorian in Middletown or Duffy's Tavern in Boalsburg, the home of Memorial Day. Those in the west will like The Stone House in Farmington and Penn Brewery in Pittsburgh. A Taste of Pennsylvania History includes two or three recipes from each restaurant, so readers can reproduce their favorite dishes. There is something here to suit everyone, whether their tastes run to haute cuisine or simple country fare.Its enormous fireplace is used for much of the cooking. ... tried the Raspberry Brie , followed by the Tavern Salmon, which was stuffed with crabmeat, served on a bed of sautAced spinach, and topped with BAcamaise Sauce. They were bothanbsp;...
|Title||:||Taste of Pennsylvania History|
|Author||:||Karen Jane Elliott|
|Publisher||:||John F. Blair, Publisher - 2000|