Step back in to the world of the late 1800´s, When Williamsport Pennsylvania was the "Lumber Capital of the World" A city once known as saw dust city, Because it was built on top of a 3 mile long pile of chippings from the lumber mills. The Lost Recipes from the Kitchens of Williamsport Millionaires is a cookbook that gives the history of the Victorian people and their lives. See kitchens and the inside of the mansions and the well-to-do homes. Shown are the homes of the millionaires as they stood in the 1890´s and as they are today , on how meals were prepared for everyday Victorian living. Find out how the Little League was started and how it has grown into a world wide sport. Learn about the recipes of the Victorian´s and how they made there cures for the sick. Enjoy the pictures of the mansions that have become The Rowley House Museum, and you´ll also find Mrs Rowley´s lost cake recipe in this book. and the fine foods the once graced the tables of Peter Herdics mansion , which has been turned into a fine dining establishment. Take a reading walk down Williamsport´s memory lane , finding out about the great things that happened. Learn about the great men and women of Williamsport and why the city came to be called "The Lumber Capital of the World."
R. Steppe are a team of very different writers. The husband and wife team combined both there talents and knowledge. to create the lost recipes of the Williamsport millionaires,they have created one of the most unique and fascinating book, that covers both the history of the little league and the life´s of the lumber barons. it took over 2 years of research to come up with the most complete set of recipes from the original millionaire´s we hope that everyone enjoys reading it as much as we had writing it