In Seattle, people swear by Pike Place Market. In the Big Apple, native New Yorkers trek to Zabar’s. In northeast Ohio, everyone salivates at the thought of West Point Market’s Killer Brownies.
West Point Market, a market like no other, packs 350 varieties of cheese, 3,000 different wines, and 8,200 international gourmet items into 25,000 square feet of sheer culinary heaven. Family-owned since 1936, the market’s national reputation for quality and panache attracts professional chefs, party planners, gastronomic connoisseurs, and anyone who savors a dish that adds spice to life, literally.
Written by Russ Vernon, the son of one of the market’s founders, the West Point Market Cookbook reveals the staff’s recipes for favorites such as Downtown Hash Browns, Sweet Potato Biscuits, Baja Corn Soup, Ohio Summer Squash Casserole, and Grilled Leg of Lamb with Walnut Mint Pesto. And yes, those Killer Brownies.
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