Our Michigan: Ethnic Tales & Recipes by Carole Eberly

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Recipes for Canadian bacon tarts, Czech kolache, Hungarian Linzer slices, Irish coffee, Polish pierogi, Italian ricotta cheesecake and 150 more ethnic dishes. Fascinating tales from and about the people who settled in Michigan. Features historical photos. 5.5" x 8.5" 192 pages by Carole Eberly published 1979, 2006 About the author: Carole Eberly, a graduate of Michigan State University's School of Journalism, began her career as a general assignment reporter at the Charlevoix Courier. She later became news editor for radio station WHMI in Howell before being hired as a state capital correspondent for United Press International, where she covered all branches of government for more than five years. In 1977, she started Eberly Press, which published books filled with Michigan lore and recipes. She was awarded MSU's College of Communications Arts & Sciences Outstanding Alumni Award in 1981.