50 Favorite American Recipes by State Free eCookbook

50 Favorite American Recipes by State Free eCookbook

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50 Favorite American Recipes by State eCookbook

There are plenty of American recipes out there that proudly display the pride of each state and the country.  From quintessential American recipes; to the more obscure, which are famous only to those who live there, American recipes tell a story about the place and its people.

We’ve gathered together some of the best American recipes around, highlighting one popular recipe from each American state. Many were submitted by individuals, like you, living from each state. In this collection of 50 Favorite American Recipes by State, you can take a trip around the U.S. right at your dinner table.  Enjoy the flavors of fine American recipes for the family.

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The Ohio State Buckeye confections are spot on! They are chocolate and peanut balls. When you're making them, I suggest using a parchment paper instead of waxed paper on the baking sheet to help keep them from sticking on the bottom. They'll come off the paper much easier.

Thank you for the eBook of 50 Favorite American Recipes by States. I am anxious to try some of them as soon as possible.

After reading the "Connecticut-style best apple pie" recipe, I have to ask, did they mean Napoleon brandy instead of Neapolitan? Really makes me wonder how many typos and/or omissions are in this book. Can someone PLEASE post an explanation?

I agree with caspear 0432098 also being from the New England area most of my life, I have never heard of New England Clam Chowder without some form of actual clams. Whole, Baby or even Minced.

I'm not going to rate it, because I haven't tried any of the recipes (yet). I am concerned how well states are actually represented. The New England clam chowder gives me pause, and reason to wonder. Clam chowder without clams? Lived in New England my entire life, don't think I've ever had it that way. Is there something missing, or does the clam juice do it? Carole

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