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Evergreen Beach Hotel served three meals a day until 1956. The menu changed daily with a lavish selection of recipes: chicken on Sunday, fish on Friday, and on holidays, specials such as Julekake were presented. The smorgasbords were a popular attraction with guests. Long tables covered with freshly baked breads, bowls of salad and platters of carved meat lined the length of the dining room. Guests would fill their plates with Norwegian specialties or homemade casseroles knowing to leave room for warm pie and hand-churned ice cream. While enjoying what is now called comfort food, guests gathered as families to form friendships that continue to this day. The hospitality of a family-run operation has flourished for five decades with the Knudson/Gerdmans as stewards of this Door County landmark. Today's guests partake only of a light breakfast, but the memory of home-cooked banquets which first drew them to the Evergreen Beach Hotel lingers on. With the offering of this cookbook the attraction of the smorgasbord, the luxury of the American Plan and the assortment of freshly-baked foods can be enjoyed by families again. Fill your table with recipes that have pleased guests for generations.
|Publisher:||Guest Cottage Incorporated, The|
|Product dimensions:||6.90(w) x 9.96(h) x 0.40(d)|
|Age Range:||14 Years|
Table of Contents
|Side & Main Dishes||71|