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Dairy Hollow House Soup & Bread


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Over the course of nearly two decades, the Arkansas country inn Dairy Hollow House was celebrated for a unique cuisine built on such traditional country ingredients as farm-fresh chicken, wild mushrooms, greens, dried beans, and summer berries.

In Dairy Hollow House Soup & Bread, chef and owner Crescent Dragonwagon shared all of her soup-making, bread-baking, and salad-tossing wisdom in a cookbook as distinctive as a steaming bowl of gumbo.

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