The Cape Cod Table by Lora Brody

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Fragrant fish chowder and pumpkin bisque, rich oyster stew and salt cod, sweet beach-plum jam and lobster rolls – these dishes are as evocative of Cape Cod as the salty tang of a sea breeze and the soft sand of the beach. Celebrated author and longtime Cape dweller Lora Brody presents these and many other beloved regional dishes in The Cape Cod Table, now available in paperback. Interspersed among the recipes are color photographs of luscious food and vivid scenery, transporting readers to this simple stretch of paradise with every turn of the page.
 

About Lora Brody

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Lora Brody is the author of more than 22 cookbooks. Her recipes have been printed in The New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, The Boston Globe, and the Chicago Tribune, and Brody has appeared on Good Morning America, Today,and Baking with Julia. She divides her time between homes outside of Boston and in Provincetown, MA, at the tip of Cape Cod. 9781558324268
 
Published June 2, 2007 by Harvard Common Press. 216 pages
Genres: Cooking, History, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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Brody's love of Cape Cod is used to great effect in her latest book, painting a loving portrait of the Massachusetts peninsula so beloved by vacationers and residents alike.

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