With The Ovens of Brittany Cookbook by Terese Allen you can enjoy the recipes and stories that have created a following that is unique in the restaurant industry. Since the first Ovens of Brittany restaurant opened its doors in 1972, throngs of customers have enjoyed the menu and the ambiance of this unique restaurant. Through the years, the Ovens of Brittany had experienced many changes, but one thing remained the same--customers returned again and again to enjoy the special style and taste of this Madison landmark. The end of the year 2000 also heralded the end of the Ovens as the last restaurant closed its doors. The demand for the Ovens' recipes has not disappeared as readers requested that Terese Allen "The Ovens of Brittany Cookbook" be brought back to life. Enjoy the recipes and stories that have created a following that is unique in the restaurant industry.
4-color laminated soft cover includes 126 pages. ISBN 094249511X
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Terese Allen is one of the Midwest's best-known cookbook writers, and a collector of Wisconsin's ethnic food traditions. She teaches cooking classes, and is a former professional chef, caterer and restaurant manager. Allen is author of Ovens of Brittany Cookbook, Fresh Market Wisconsin, Wisconsin Food Festivals, Hometown Flavor and Bountiful Wisconsin. Her food column appears regularly in Wisconsin Trails Magazine, where she is a contributing editor.