From Pie Stand to Icon: The 100-Year History of The Cherry Hut by Claudia C. Breland

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In 1922, Dorothy Kraker set up a simple white roadside stand on Crystal Lake and began selling farm-sized pies made with tart cherries picked from the family orchard.  A century later, The Cherry Hut has become a nationally acclaimed full-service restaurant, famous for its cherry pies, jams, ice cream, homemade sandwiches, and much more.

This 100th-anniversary book includes historic photos, quirky stories, and a by-decade timeline of how The Cherry Hut evolved over ten decades.  it also includes an accounting of everyone – owners and employees alike – who invested their talent and energy into making The Cherry Hut a sweet success.

Published by Mission Point Press, Traverse City

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