Fraunces Tavern's Chicken A La George Washington Recipe

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Fraunces Tavern's Chicken A La George Washington

Ashley Gibson


This is a recipe from a book published by Ford Motor Company in 1954. The recipe is from a famous eating establishment called Fraunces Tavern that is located in New York. The tavern was built in 1719 and takes its name from Samuel Fraunces, the tavern's original proprietor, who was steward to George Washington. Washington's farewell to his officers took place here on December 4, 1783. Today the tavern still doles out food and drinks. A museum is also maintained here. If I ever find myself in New York this is definitely on my itinerary. Located at 54 Pearl Street at Broad, New York, New York

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1 c
steamed rice
1 c
cooked chicken, diced
1 c
braised and buttered mushrooms, sliced
1 c
cream sauce
grated cheese
melted butter


1Half fill casserole dish with steamed rice. Thoroughly mix chicken, mushrooms and cream sauce before pouring over rice. Sprinkle top with grated cheese and melted butter. Place under broiler to brown.

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Chicken
Hashtags: #restaurant, #1950's