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Culinary road trip with cookbook

May 26, 2015
Amy Phelps , MOV Parent

Not sure where to go for summer vacation? Perhaps you'd like to take a culinary road trip!

Southern Living once again goes "Off the Eaten Path" with "On the Road Again" by Morgan Murphy (Oxmoor House, $22.95.)

Visiting Southern restaurants and finding recipes for their signature dishes, Murphy takes the reader on a culinary road trip through the South. The book travels to Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisana, Maryland, Mississippi, Missouri, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia and West Virginia, sampling food along the way, and even with a playlist in mind! There's also a section on where to stay on your visit, so you can create a road trip of your own.

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Kentucky visits Hillbilly Tea for Big Earl's Chocolate Torte and Harvest for Fried Chicken.

Maryland stops at Bartlett Pear Inn for Wild Striped Bass Meuniere, Chapel's Country Creamery for Cheddar Ale Soup and more.

Virginia visits Lucky for Border Spring's Chicken Fried Lamb Shank with Pickled Mustard Seeds and Baked Beans, Salt Artisan Market for White Chocolate-Dippe Lime Macaroons and The Whiskey Jar for Tomato Okra Stew.

West Virginia stops include Hash Browns & New Grounds in Morgantown for Thrasher Taco and Jim's Drive In in Lewisburg for Kathy's Barbecue.

I made the Kentucky restaurant Minton's @ 760's Apple-Cinnamon French Toast. Using Gala apples, brown sugar and syrup for a sauce, and then cinnamon french toast, this was a delicious dinner that everyone enjoyed and didn't take much preparation or time to prepare.

So if you want to make a road trip this summer, grab this book and get ready to eat!



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