Before the musical “Hamilton,” there was this landmark biography from award-winning author Ron Chernow. After finishing this book, you might think of Hamilton, one of the Founding Fathers of American independence and the nation's first Treasury Secretary, as the Astounding Father. It’s a real page-turner, one of the best biographies I've read. The 2005 work inspired Lin-Manuel Miranda a decade later to write his Broadway smash, which has raked in tens of millions of dollars.
FANS of the hit Broadway musical Hamilton, along with history buffs or fans of the man himself, may be interested to learn about a new cookbook inspired by one of the Founding Fathers of the US. In The Hamilton Cookbook, author Laura Kumin rides on the coattails of the musical's popularity to feature the Revolutionary War hero's favourite foods and recipes so that fans can replicate a historical meal at their own table.
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