Roasted pheasant stuffed with wild rice served with pomegranate and persimmon sauce makes a flavorful winter dish.
The Otis Cafe may well be the tiniest eatery with the biggest reputation. They certainly adhere to the belief that breakfast is the most important meal of the day and the size of their portions back them up. Be prepared to strap on the old feedbag, or so to speak. Served along side the breakfast entrees is an amazing brown bread heavy on flavor and color with dark molasses. I offer you a link to that recipe as well as a sensational adaptation by my friend, Teri Burstedt. Enjoy!
New Year’s Day was always an open house for family and friends and the table was laden with other pleasures as well. A baked ham, potatoes, some turnip or collard greens and various cold salads such as potato, macaroni or green pea and there was always a substantial bowl of one of my favorite condiments, chow-chow for the beans. Oh, and there were pies, pecan pies. A generous slice of pecan pie is the best chow-chow chaser.