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The Hot Brown : Louisville's legendary open-faced sandwich

Title
The Hot Brown : Louisville's legendary open-faced sandwich / Albert W. A. Schmid.
Author
Schmid, Albert W. A.,
Publication
  • Bloomington, Indiana : Red Lightning Books, [2018]
  • ©2018

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Description
xviii, 91 pages; 21 cm
Alternative Title
Louisville's legendary open-faced sandwich
Subjects
Genre/Form
  • Cookbooks.
  • History.
Bibliography (note)
  • Includes bibliographical references (pages 89-91).
Contents
The Hot Brown sandwich -- People, places, and things (and the legendary Hot Brown) -- Recipes -- Kentucky hotel cuisine.
Call Number
JFD 18-4296
ISBN
  • 9781684350056
  • 1684350050
Author
Schmid, Albert W. A., author.
Title
The Hot Brown : Louisville's legendary open-faced sandwich / Albert W. A. Schmid.
Publisher
Bloomington, Indiana : Red Lightning Books, [2018]
Copyright Date
©2018
Type of Content
text
Type of Medium
unmediated
Type of Carrier
volume
Bibliography
Includes bibliographical references (pages 89-91).
Summary
Originally created at its namesake the Brown Hotel in Louisville, Kentucky, the Hot Brown began as turkey on bread, covered with Mornay sauce and topped with tomato wedges and two slices of bacon. Today, this delicious sandwich has been developed into an entire industry of Hot Brown fries, pizza, salads, and much more. Did the Hot Brown have humble beginnings as a tasty way to use up kitchen scraps, or was it invented to ward off hangovers--scandalous since the first Hot Browns were served during the Prohibition? Chef Albert W. A. Schmid shares the legends that surround the dish and treats readers to an exceptional collection of recipes for the legendary sandwich and hotel cuisine scrumptious enough to whet any appetite.
Added Title
Louisville's legendary open-faced sandwich
Research Call Number
JFD 18-4296
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