American Gothic redux: Megan and Colby Garrelts stand in front of a weathered wood farmhouse in rural Parker, Kan. She holds a banana cream pie. Instead of a pitchfork, he has stuck a carving fork into a piece of Rye’s fried chicken. The photo appears in their new cookbook, “Made in America.”
American Gothic redux: Megan and Colby Garrelts stand in front of a weathered wood farmhouse in rural Parker, Kan. She holds a banana cream pie. Instead of a pitchfork, he has stuck a carving fork into a piece of Rye’s fried chicken. The photo appears in their new cookbook, “Made in America.” Bonjwing Lee for Andrews McMeel
American Gothic redux: Megan and Colby Garrelts stand in front of a weathered wood farmhouse in rural Parker, Kan. She holds a banana cream pie. Instead of a pitchfork, he has stuck a carving fork into a piece of Rye’s fried chicken. The photo appears in their new cookbook, “Made in America.” Bonjwing Lee for Andrews McMeel

Colby and Megan Garrelts offer their spin on Midwest dishes with new cookbook

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