Alice's Restaurant Cookbook
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Alice's Restaurant Cookbook

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Alice's Restuarant was made famous in the '60s anthem, "Alice's Restuarant." The place Arlo Githrie sung about was real - and here are the most popular recipes. Plus images from the film of the same name
Hardcover, 148 pages
Published January 1st 1969 by Random House
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Poppy
"You can get anything you want / at Alice's Restaurant ..." Hey, who doesn't love Arlo Guthrie? And this is actually a really fun read ... and pretty good cookbook. I still use her recipe for Alice's Famous Chili, and I've baked her Sweet Potato Pie many times.
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Grooviest cookbook ever.
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The "Alice" from the Arlo Guthrie song "Alice's Restaurant". "Alice" was restaurant owner Alice M. Brock, who with husband Ray Brock lived in a former church in Great Barrington, Massachusetts, where the song's Thanksgiving dinners were actually held. Both worked at a nearby private academy, the music- and art-oriented Stockbridge School, from which Guthrie (then of the Queens, New York City neigh...more
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