"To Market, To Market Home Again , Home Again", fifth printing 1993.
The Junior League of Owensboro presents a collection of Kentucky recipes with a grateful tip of the hat to its friends.
This beautifully illustrated cookbook picks up where nursery rhymes leave off. Filled with tempting selections, it will help you take your groceries from the kitchen counter to the dining table. It offers regional cookery at its best, with recipes especially chosen to bring back memories of the past and to create memories for the future.
Owensboro, located on the Ohio River, is the third largest city in Kentucky. Its best cooking reflects the warmth of the South and the bounty of the Midwest. It also includes some strictly local specialties. Bourbon, for which Kentucky is famous, is used not only as beverage, but also an an unexpected flavoring in meat dishes, bread, and desserts. Barbecue, a favorite throughout the South, finds its local expression in mutton, carefully smoked and basted.
All good cooks make creative use of foods they find in abundance. Because fresh vegetables are available so much of the year, we use them often. To Market, To Market contains a large and tempting array of ways to prepare them.
344 page hard cover spiral bound cook book in good condition with no rips, tears, or writing.