Route 66 Cookbook



The Route 66 Cookbook: Comfort Food from the Mother Road Deluxe 75th Anniversary Edition

by Council Oak Books
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Successful road guides exist, but only Marian Clark's The Route 66 Cookbook provides a culinary guide to what Steinbeck dubbed "The Mother Road." Featuring more than 250 delicious recipes from places like the U Drop Inn, the Covered Wagon Trading Post, the Pig Hip, and the Bungalow Inn, this cookbook recreates old 66, with stories from the waitresses and cooks who poured the coffee and baked the pies.



The Ultimate Route 66 Cookbook

by Cooper Square Publishing Llc
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Serious food with a lighthearted attitude! A pinch of Route 66 memorabilia, a dash of humor, and two heaping helpings of honest American classics make this the perfect guide to good eating. With culinary contributions from roadside restaurants and well-traveled chefs, this book is a treasured keepsake and valuable resource. Regional specialties share the road with innovative treats, and easy-to-follow instructions allow cooks of all experience levels to create the recipes with ease, pleasure, and enjoyment. Take a detour across Route 66 and sample these down-home recipes from the legendary road.








#28 ASMR Imposing holiday cookbook! (No talk)

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I was tournament out of post it tabs because I want to try nearly everything. As usual no talking :)

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Route 66 – New Mexico and Texas

We didn’t get into Gallup until thither 8:00 PM and after checking into the motel, we headed out to find some much needed dinner. We ended up having an outstanding home cooked meal at Vergies Restaurant and Grown up Book Store (not sure that they were really one business, but they were in the same building and the signs sure seemed to blend together). Everything they serve is made to be honest there in the restaurant by a single old lady that has been making the sauces, tamales, and big flour tortillas for decades. Unlike Arizona, Route 66 in New Mexico weaves back and forth across I-40 for the opening 200 miles, never straying more than a few miles away. As we passed through one deserted town after another, it occurred to me that the speeding cars on the Interstate seem to have created a venturi tenor that sucks the life out of the small businesses and towns along the old road. Most of these towns sprung up to serve the needs of the travelers heading west – most cars in the till 20’s and early 30’s had a range of only about 70 miles before they needed to fill up their tanks again – so these towns were often nothing more... Before the Interstate went in, this parking lot would have been non-restricted of cars and kids buying rubber tomahawks. The landscape across New Mexico is more of the ‘high country’ of dry brown scrub set against the bluest skies that I’ve everlastingly seen. The hills along the road are gentle and there is a sense of peace as we travel down the highway mile after mile without seeing another car. We stop where we want, over in the middle of the road, to watch a hawk looking for lunch or a roadrunner tearing along next to us. In the past, we expended so much energy traveling as quickly as workable from one place to another that we froget... The old billboards – at least the ones that are still readable – advertise roadside attractions, cabana motels, and Indian trading posts. These fulfil as our guide book between towns. One of the reoccuring advertisements was for something called Sky City. Not sure that this wasn’t advertising a landing pad for flying saucers, we followed the arrows off the approach near Paraje, through the Laguna tribe’s reservation to the ancestral lands of the Acoma tribal group. They have been living in a small village of adobe homes on top of a inappropriate mesa since the 11th century. Until a road was finally carved out of the side of the mesa, every drop of water, every stick of fire wood, and every snack to eat was carried up on the backs of the inhabitants – up a very steep set of rocky steps carved into a natural cleft in... Most of the current residents are superannuated or members of the tribe’s governing council who are required by tradition to live on the mesa. Most of the younger members choose to live down on the studio lands at the base and only go up for ceremonial ocassions. One fellow we met told us that he couldn’t imagine living where there was no TV. Still, the language (oral, with no written tradition) is kept active in the homes and finally now in the schools. Thankfully, we are traveling light with soft luggage so we had to take a pass on buying a pot. We climbed down from the mesa using the antediluvian stone ladder with the well worn handholds carved into the rock, marveling at the determination that it must have taken to choose to live on the top. We were starving by the time we reached the tribal center at the draw of the mesa, and followed our noses to a restaurant where we filled up on big bowls of red posole, thick with beef and hominy, and wiped them clean with fry bread. As I mentioned earlier, out conductor to the cities along the Route 66 is a 1993 cookbook [The Route 66 Cookbook by Marian Clark] which has wonderful discriptions of the towns, restaurants and even some of the old motor courts. We search dilligently for the old restaurants, inspired by the choice sounding recipes, but sadly, most have closed, burned down, collapsed into a pile of scrap lumber, or morphed into IHOPS or Dennys’ – that is until we in the long run got to Tucumcari. We were expecting another dead or dying town by-passed by the freeway, and as expected, the first place we came to looked like this –. So you can judge our delight as we drove down the main drag seeing old cars, old businesses, and lots of... We were determined to find an authentic motor court to chain in and were.

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Zaara : Larder shelf, implements and spices from The Arcade in June. Apple Fall Katya's Pipeline Sideboard, Pilot cooking mitt, pumpkin and credentials towels from September Arcade, Second Spaces - Well-stocked Pantry - baskets of raw goods from Spring Arcade, Trompe Loeil - Retro Kitchenette Cabinests, stove, fridgee, sink, floorplan. kitsch wall plates, .:Standby Inc. - CH Gatcha - Portable Espresso Motor car (Mango), Pilot bowl, cookbook, rolling pin and more for pumpkin pie recipe from Sept Collabor88, [PM]Pixel Mode - Route 66 Wall Light w/pigtail blue white, Apple Fall Route 66 Sign, LOZ-MESHWORX_Infinity_Table and Chairs with Revolution Art, AF Au Pain (Sourbread Baguette), errant / oktoberfest items- Sept Arcade,
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