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New Haven Railroad Standard Recipe Book
The New Haven Railroad, which operated between Boston and New York City, was one of the most heavily passenger oriented railroads in America during the period before Amtrak. Renowned for the food served on board its trains, the New Haven was the only railroad in the country that claimed to earn a profit on its dining cars. This is an authentic reproduction of the New Haven Railroad Dining Car Department’s Standard Recipe Book. It contains all the official recipes for food and beverages prepared on New Haven Railroad diners, grill cars, parlor cars, bar cars, etc. Most recipes include serving instructions that indicate the portions and the specific china/silver/glassware used to serve the food and beverages to passengers. A great resource for both railroad and cooking enthusiasts. Follow the recipes in this book and you can eat and drink like passengers did while riding the New Haven Railroad back in the good old days. Spiral bound, 180 pages.
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