Our common past through recipes and reminiscences of our immigrant ancestors
The Ellis Island Immigrant Cookbook is a heartwarming, 272-pg. spiral-bound book containing Ellis Island immigrant recipes representing thirty countries.
The book also includes family histories that together provide a glimpse of how immigrants arrived to America and began recreating the smells and tastes that would remind them of home.
Additionally, the book includes food preservation tips as well as a brief history and chronology of Ellis Island with advice on how to plan your own trip.
Reviews of the Ellis Island Immigrant Cookbook:
“One of the year’s more engaging cookbooks” — Florence Fabricant The New York Times
“Old world flavors are immigrants’ legacy to descendants. . .” —Saint Paul Pioneer Press
“Worldly flavors of the Ellis Island Cookbook will whet your appetite.” — The Jersey Journal
A sample recipe page:
Nelly O’Leary’s Irish Soda Bread
This book includes recipes from:
Armenia, Austria, Belgium, Czechoslovakia, Denmark, England, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Holland, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Jamaica, Lebanon, Lithuania, Poland, Portugal, Norway, Romania, Russia, Scotland, Spain, St. Vincent, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, Wales, Yugoslavia
Ellis Island Immigrant Cookbook
The story of our common past told through the recipes and reminiscences of our immigrant ancestors