I am so excited to announce that I have my first nonfiction book coming next month. Classic Diners of Maine is part-history, part-guidebook, part-cookbook, celebrating Maine’s most beloved classic diners.
Here’s the synopsis:
Across Maine, iconic diners come in different shapes and sizes. From the fluffy pancakes as big as a plate to piles of perfectly crisped corned beef hash, these beloved spots have served classic comfort food to generations of hungry patrons. For more than ninety years, Moody’s Diner in Waldoboro has offered famous homemade pies to regulars and visitors alike. From the Lumberjack Breakfast at the Palace Diner in Biddeford to the steak and cheese omelet at the Deluxe Diner in Rumford, author Sarah Walker Caron reveals the stories and recipes behind the state’s most iconic community eateries.
This was a labor of love that took me all over the state to visit and eat at gems from the Palace Diner to the Deluxe Diner to the Maine Diner and more.
The book will be released on June 22, but you can preorder your copy now from your favorite bookstores. Mine is The Briar Patch in Bangor, Maine, and you can order from them via Bookshop. This book will be available wherever books are sold.
I’m so excited for this book sharing the rich histories of diners in Maine to be released in the world. I do hope you’ll consider ordering a copy.