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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 21, 2005


    The New England Table shows us the bounty available in our oldest corner of the United States. With recipes demonstrating the harvest and traditions of Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut, all within New England, Lori Brody, whisks us away to delicious and appetizing meals. Lora Brody is a best-selling author with over 25 books to her credit. Her recipes have appeared in the Boston Globe, the Los Angeles Times, and the Chicago Tribune, just to name a few. She lives in Boston. The tantalizing photographs and the author's passion for her homeland, New England, can be seen throughout this book. With recipes like New England Clam Chowder, Nutmeg Cookies, Johnny Cake, Gorp, Maple-Pecan Scones and Blueberry Buckle to tease and tempt you. To make things easier, Brody divides the book up into the six states of New England. Each state features 3 events you could have utilizing the recipes within. The recipes demonstrate the ethnicity and bounty that is contained within each state. This is such a lovely book. I have enjoyed the recipes and Lora Brody has made me yearn to make a trip to New England and experience it in person!

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