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  1. 4 out of 5

    Pam

    Reading this book was like taking a step back in time to having a "Field's Special" followed by a slice of Frango Mint ice cream pie, under the big Christmas tree in the Walnut Room at Marshall Field's on State Street, Chicago. My grandmother used to take me there as a child. What a great memory to re-visit! Reading this book was like taking a step back in time to having a "Field's Special" followed by a slice of Frango Mint ice cream pie, under the big Christmas tree in the Walnut Room at Marshall Field's on State Street, Chicago. My grandmother used to take me there as a child. What a great memory to re-visit!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Missy

    I am from Minneapolis and as far as I am concerned this is a Dayton's cookbook. (Dayton's started Target and bought Marshall Field's, regional stubborness.) This is part history book and part cookbook. I enjoyed it, but I was not as inspired to make the goods as I thought I would be when I asked for it as a gift. I guess it taught me this lesson: If you can still by the item at the restaurant across town, then why try to make it at home! I will have the cookbook in case the restaurants/delis close! I am from Minneapolis and as far as I am concerned this is a Dayton's cookbook. (Dayton's started Target and bought Marshall Field's, regional stubborness.) This is part history book and part cookbook. I enjoyed it, but I was not as inspired to make the goods as I thought I would be when I asked for it as a gift. I guess it taught me this lesson: If you can still by the item at the restaurant across town, then why try to make it at home! I will have the cookbook in case the restaurants/delis close!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Don

    Last week my friends and I were lamenting the demise of the great local/regional department stores. For us it would be Hudson’s out of Detroit, Rogers’ Department, Steketee’s, and Wurzburg’s (the store from Polar Express) out of Grand Rapids, and ultimately Marshall Field’s in Chicago. We talked about our trips every Christmas to Chicago to shop, eat, and see the holiday windows at MF. Alas, they are all gone. So this week I found this book at the used book store! I learned, among other things, Last week my friends and I were lamenting the demise of the great local/regional department stores. For us it would be Hudson’s out of Detroit, Rogers’ Department, Steketee’s, and Wurzburg’s (the store from Polar Express) out of Grand Rapids, and ultimately Marshall Field’s in Chicago. We talked about our trips every Christmas to Chicago to shop, eat, and see the holiday windows at MF. Alas, they are all gone. So this week I found this book at the used book store! I learned, among other things, that Marshall Field was the inspiration for Selfridges’s in London! This beautiful cookbook was published just before MF was absorbed by Macy’s (boo hiss). The recipes for the most part are from the restaurants of Marshall Field, Dayton’s, and Hudson’s. So many memories! The Walnut Room and FRANGO for sure; the holiday windows and that wonderful huge Christmas tree. If you love pot pies this is also the book for you...even dessert pot pies. This book is a joy for me.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Nancy

    Lots of good sounding and pretty looking food. I got this from the library, but think I'm going to have to buy a copy. Fighting the urge to run to the store (now Macy's) and buy a truckload of Frango mints and go to town on the chocolate chapter! Lots of good sounding and pretty looking food. I got this from the library, but think I'm going to have to buy a copy. Fighting the urge to run to the store (now Macy's) and buy a truckload of Frango mints and go to town on the chocolate chapter!

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    Dale

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    Barry Axtell

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    Janelle Mills

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    Mel L-C

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    Chris Weincek

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    David Forero

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    Tim Mather

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    Jan

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    Jacob

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    Liquidlasagna

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    Jennifer

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    Susannah Fearno

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    Breen

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    Sally

  30. 4 out of 5

    Janeth

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