By John R. Gonzales
Chef John Gonzales serves up fun fare for the holidays. Featuring more than sixty genuinely American recipes, Holiday Fare combines the history and local flavors of Colonial Williamsburg's famed Christmastide festivities to create a holiday culinary guide. Gonzales gathers together the vast array of ingredients special to the tidewater region—from crabmeat to Surry sausage—as the basis for his many tasty dishes inspired by early American cooking.
Holiday Fare offers favorites such as Peanut Soup with Cranberry Sauce and Lardoons, Roasted Brined Turkey with Pan-Drop Gravy, Black-Eyed Peas with Grilled Red Onion Pickle, and Buttery Rum Pumpkin Pie.
Colonial Williamsburg photographer Tom Green's stunning images of the mouthwatering recipes is a feast for the eyes. The easy-to-read ingredient lists and clear step-by-step instructions will make this cookbook an asset in every holiday kitchen.
136 pages; 56 pages of full-color photographs
Hardbound 9" X 9"
Publication date: Fall 2004
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The sequel to the original Entertaining Ideas from Williamsburg, our new From A Colonial Garden has wonderful new suggestions for dessert parties, company dinners, and even commemorating tulipmania!
by Susan Hight Rountree
The sequel to the original Entertaining Ideas from Williamsburg, our new From A Colonial Garden has wonderful new suggestions for dessert parties, company dinners, and even commemorating tulipmania! Find exciting decorating and cooking ideas (and clear step-by-step guidance) for all kinds of events, lavishly illustrated. Hardbound, 224 pages. 287 color photos .
Drawing on the heritage of Virginia hospitality, "Entertaining Ideas from Williamsburg" contains a treasure trove of suggestions and how-tos for commemorating special occasions throughout the year.
By Susan Hight Rountree
Illustrated by Betty Hundley Babb
Photography by Tom Green
Drawing on the heritage of Virginia hospitality, Entertaining Ideas from Williamsburg contains a treasure trove of suggestions and how-tos for commemorating special occasions throughout the year. From a winter anniversary dinner to a spring wedding, a Fourth of July picnic to an autumn dried-wreath workshop, and a children's Christmas gingerbread party to a New Year's Day open house, this beautiful book provides a wealth of flower-arranging, decorating, handicraft, and cooking ideas for celebrating any event. 160 pp., 278 color photographs, 27 color drawings, 17 line drawings, color endleaves, 8 x 10 1993; 6th printing 2000 CW No. 309005 Hardbound ISBN 0-87935-095-4 $19.95