Tray Chic: Celebrating Indiana's Cafeteria Culture

Tray Chic: Celebrating Indiana's Cafeteria Culture

Tray Chic: Celebrating Indiana's Cafeteria Culture [EPUB] ✾ Tray Chic: Celebrating Indiana's Cafeteria Culture ❃ Sam Stall – Larringtonlifecoaching.co.uk Sam Stall lovingly tells the stories of Indiana's cafeteria culture its culinary and cultural history dotes on beloved house specialties like fried chicken cream pies and other delectable Hoosier comf Sam Stall lovingly tells the stories of Celebrating Indiana's PDF Ì Indiana's cafeteria culture its culinary and cultural history dotes on beloved house specialties like fried chicken cream pies and other delectable Hoosier comfort food and collects photos and memorabilia that recall a time gone by It's time to eat.


3 thoughts on “Tray Chic: Celebrating Indiana's Cafeteria Culture

  1. Dale Dale says:

    A fun fascinating readCafeterias They're about as state of the art as a brontosaurus And almost as rare Unless you live in Indiana p 6 Indiana with its love of tradition or is it fear of change? has somehow kept the traditional cafeterias open and thriving especially in central Indiana In Tray Chic Celebrating Indiana's Cafeteria Culture Sam Stall explores the history of cafeterias in general and then explores the particular restaurants that have survived from those days of the dinosaur until today including the recently closed Laughner'sthe granddaddy of them all MCL the biggest chain Gray Brothers probably the best Poe's located just a stone's throw from Gray's it gets a lot of their overflow business and Jonathan Byrd's with the biggest cafeteria line in the world Add to that a cafeteria in Oolitic and Shapiro's a cafeteria that disguises itself as a deli throw in a discussion concerning the differences between a cafeteria and a buffet add lots of humor and great interviews with these successful business owners and you have the recipe for a fun breezy read about a bit of Hoosier culture A must for that proud devotee of that Hoosier cultureSee all of my reviews of books about Indiana here


  2. Tracey Tracey says:

    This book is a slim paperback pictorial that looks at about a half dozen cafeteria not buffet restaurants in the Hoosier state from the venerable Laughner's in business for almost 100 years unfortunately closing in 2000 still successful MCL to tiny Maxine's ? in Oolitic IN Definitely of regional interest but a pleasant peek into a pop culture nugget


  3. Cindy Franklin Cindy Franklin says:

    Great book for Hoosiers everywhere


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