Author: David MichaelsonISBN 978-1-60264-900-2 (softcover)
ISBN 978-0-98276-039-0 (eBook)
A photographic history of what has gone before, including vintage and pioneer recipes along with their modern-day counterparts. There are 300 photographs of derelict and decrepit homes, barns, outbuildings and machinery. There are over 275 recipes including a chapter featuring many of the most popular recipes from the author's critically acclaimed Cozy Cafe. All the photographs were taken in several rural counties of Eastern Washington. Many of the grand old buildings have since decayed beyond recognition and are preserved in this cookbook.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
This is David's second cookbook. His first, The Burntwater Cook's Kitchen Guide was awarded a silver medal. David has published two novels. One is historical fiction about the adventures of his twelfth summer in 1955. The other is pure science fiction that deals with the rigors and horrors of deep space travel to colonize the distant Alpha Centauri solar system.
David has been a line cook, kitchen manager and chef/owner of the popular Cozy Cafe. He has been a cabinet maker, furniture maker, US Navy Patternmaker and trailer manufacturer. David is writing the sequel to the Centauri Intervention and is deep into an action/adventure novel about a Navy Seal that is captured and tortured during the drug wars of the 1980's.
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