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The Cooking Ladies' Recipes From The Road 
Stovetop Creations and Travel Adventures
by Phyllis Hinz and Lamont Mackay
 
On August 20, 1998, restaurant co-owners Phyllis Hinz and Lamont Mackay sold their businesses, their houses, and most of their belongings to hit the road. Traveling the continent in a 40-foot motor home and offering business advice to small restaurant owners, they became known as the Cooking Ladies.

In The Cooking Ladies' Recipes From The Road, Phyllis and Lamont introduce the people, the places, and the food they’ve encountered on their travels. With help from folks like Steve Watson, a graying biker who sells 12-inch cinnamon buns in the Yukon, Canada, and an Amish group that serves taco salad to RV owners passing through Goshen, Indiana, the Cooking Ladies share more than 100 recipes and regional specialties discovered on their travels throughout North America.

A treat for RVers, armchair travelers, and anyone with an appetite for adventure, The Cooking Ladies' Recipes From The Road proves that good eats and good company are just a bend in the road away.
The Cooking Ladies' Recipes From The Road
The Cooking Ladies' 
Recipes From The Road 
Stovetop Creations and Travel Adventures
by Phyllis Hinz and Lamont Mackay
Ten Speed Press, 2005
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