Compiled and Adapted by Letha Booth. ISBN-13: 978-0-910412-91-9. Copyright 1971, 1975. Hardcover with 174 pages including table of contents, index, 11 color photographs, 50 black and white illustrations, and 4 black and white photographs of authentic Williamsburg restaurant menus.
Booth, who has managed two of Williamsburg’s most celebrated eateries, Travis House and King’s Arms Tavern, compiled 193 recipes that have made the city the undisputed hub for authentic colonial dining. For Williamsburg visitors who have wondered if the Peanut Soup from King’s Tavern can be replicated, or if the Brunswick Stew of Chowning’s Tavern can possibly taste as good outside of dining establishments on cobblestoned streets, comes this indispensible book.