Guide Roly Garnsey cooking a traditional shore dinner on Grindstone Island
Guide Roly Garnsey cooking a traditional shore dinner on Grindstone Island. Shore dinners were traditionally served on guiding trips after a morning of fishing. They had three courses – first, a salt pork sandwich, then the fish caught that morning (cooked in the grease from the salt pork) and then thick french toast with maple syrup. Grindstone Island, NY. Circa 1950. Photo: Personal archives of Jeff Garnsey
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