Huguette Davis

Raichlen, S.
January 1990
Yankee;Jan90, Vol. 54 Issue 1, p84
Discusses the French Canadian cooking of Huguette Davis of Rumford, Maine, who was raised on a Maine lumbercamp where her mother was the cook. Includes several recipes such as creton and tourtiere.


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