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Sharing the Table at Garland's Lodge Hardcover – November 15, 2005
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Between Mary's beautifully told story and stunning photographs, I could smell the sycamores and hear the tumbling waters of Oak Creek. Amanda Stine's recipes are appealing and clear. --Deborah Madison, author of "Local Flavors" and "Vegetarian Cooking for Everyone"
Only a lucky few will ever get to stay at Garland's Lodge. But now, with this collection of Amanda's recipes, anyone can now cook up Lodge favorites for their families and friends. --Katharine Kagel, chef/owner, Cafe Pasqual's, Santa Fe
Amanda and Mary have lovingly created a very personal cookbook full of delightful anecdotes, fascinating historical tidbits, mouth-watering, easily doable recipes, and gorgeous photographs. If you can't get a reservation, it's the next best thing to being there! --Barbara Pool Fenzl, Les Gourmettes Cooking School, author of "Southwest the Beautiful"
About the Author
Amanda Stine has been the chef at Garland's for 26 years. She landed in Arizona from the mountains and restaurants of Jackson Hole, Wyoming, via California and Texas. She composes menus that reflect the bounty of each season and celebrate the organic fruits and vegetables grown in the orchards and gardens of the Lodge. Besides food, she is passionate about hiking the canyon trails, her Border Collies and her husband.
Mary Garland moved to Arizona from California in the early 70s. With great affection she describes the joys and challenges of living and working in the same unique place for 30 years. The Lodge, all its characters, and her family have been a source of lifelong learning. She is a decent cook and a grateful recipient of Amanda's leftovers