Paperback 6” x 9”
by Sandy and Michael Jubinsky
illustrations by Jonnie Walker-Rohs
Wouldn’t it be fun to do a cookbook based on Maine’s World Traveler sign? That off-hand statement has become Michael and Sandy’s love letter to Maine in all its diversity. A blend of international but very doable dishes and a breezy, casual style make for a cookbook that’s as much fun to read as it is to use.
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“I had the good fortune to take a baking class with Michael and Sandy and lets just say my baking improved wildly. This delightful, original book will guide you to become a better home cook and turn you on to some great new flavors. From Maine and beyond!”
—Kathy Gunst, Resident Chef of NPR’s Here and Now and author of Soup Swap
“Cookbook enthusiasts are going to have a difficult time choosing from among the many eclectic and mouth-watering recipes in this book. These pages are nothing less than fun reading and new foodie adventures! I suggest closing your eyes, picking a town and then venturing into another culinary world!”
—Kate Krukowski Gooding, Maine wild game cookbook author of Wild Maine Recipes, 50 Ways to Eat a Beaver.
“A new cookbook from Maine always gets my attention. But a new cookbook from Sandy and Michael Jubinsky, who have the rare combination of technical culinary knowledge, great taste, and an unstoppable generosity of spirit, is a reason to celebrate!”
—Don Lindgren , Rabelais Inc., Fine Books on Food & Drink
ABOUT THE AUTHORS:
After retiring as an engineer for both the Navy and NASA Michael and his wife Sandy opened the Stone Turtle Baking and Cooking School in Lyman, Maine. Michael was also the spokesman for King Arthur Flour for 22 years. Sandy worked as a pastry chef, food taster, bakery manager, and food columnist for The Day newspaper in New London, CT.