“[The Anderson House offers] a delicious meal, a toast or two, hot bricks for your head on a cold Minnesota night and house cat to purr you to sleep.”
“When you’re 138 years old, you tend to get a lot of press. The Anderson House in Wabasa is no exception. And much of its attention is focused, with good cause, on the culinary excellence of this historic inn.”
Four generations of recipes from the kitchen of the Anderson House, the oldest continuously operating hotel in Minnesota, have gone into the making of The Anderson House Cookbook. Famous for its wonderful breads and desserts, the Anderson House has championed a tradition of homemade quality that has brought visitors flocking to the historic inn overlooking the Mississippi River.
Pennsylvania Dutch specialties such as Sauerbraten Meatballs, Pennsylvania Dutch Chowder, and Apple-Molasses Bread are featured along with Pecan Meringues, Chocolate-Raspberry Cake Supreme, Grandma Anderson’s Famous Lemon Elegance Pie, and other temptations, in The Anderson House Cookbook.