Alice's Restaurant Cookbook
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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"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.
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...moreMore about Alice May Brock...