Lost Restaurants of Sacramento and Their Recipes

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From saloons and tamale vendors to greasy spoons and neon-lit drive-ins, Sacramento natives Maryellen Burns and Keith Burns trace the trends of California's capital city through 150 years of dining out. Share in the delicious anecdotes and recipes gathered from restaurant owners, employees and patrons as they recall Sacramento's favorite places to eat--a century of Hangtown Fry served at the Saddle Rock, crispy won ton dunked in red sauce at the Hong Kong Cafe, pineapple spare ribs with Mai Tais at Maleville's Coral Reef and burgers and sundaes devoured at Stan's Drive-In. Savor these stories of the ambiance, the service and the grub that created lasting memories and drew crowds, decade after decade, to Sacramento's iconic restaurants.
ISBN: 9781609499730
Format: Paperback
Publisher: The History Press
State: California
Series: American Palate
Images: 88
Pages: 160
Dimensions: 6 (w) x 9 (h)
Maryellen Burns is the Project Director of We Are Where We Eat, a Sacramento foodways alliance that chronicles Sacramento's food stories. A writer, editor, teacher and former caterer, she serves on the boards of the Sacramento County Historical Society and I Street Press and is a member of numerous associations. Keith Burns is an author, publisher, film and television writer, director and producer, as well as an antiques, popular culture and entertainment industry consultant and appraiser. His bookstore (Books on Main) and site for ephemera (Burns Bizarre) feature more than one million historic books, artifacts and ephemera. Bob Miller is an illustrator, designer and advertising director. He has exhibited widely in galleries and art fairs, and his murals and whimsical drawings grace the promenade connecting Old Sacramento to the K Street Mall River Walk on the east side of the Sacramento River.
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