What's Cooking at Moody's Diner: 60 Years of Recipes and Reminiscences
No shitake fritters or champagne sorbet in this new edition, but you'll find a whole new blend of favorite diner and Moody family recipes, served up with photos and lore from the diner's humble beginnings to its current-day status as a Maine icon of good food and strong, persistent family values. Moody's Diner sits on the edge of Route One in Waldoboro, Maine, looking much the same as it did some seventy-five years ago. A stop at Moody's is a must for all who pass that way; in fact, many people make a special trip to Moody's, just for the experience. From Gillie Whoopers to Vension Stew to Moody's Walnut Pie, here are the recipes and stories that have made Moody's world-famous--and made the first edition of this book a perennial favorite.
Author: Nancy Moody Genthner
Edition: (Edition: 1st)
Publisher: Tilbury House Pub
Release Date: 2003-01-01