This recipe comes from “Don’t Forget the Parsley. . . .”—a book of recipes that for 38 years were prepared by Willie Berry at her Berry’s-on-the-Hill restaurant in Orangeburg. The recipe is German (“Dutch”), as were the settlers of Orangeburg. Berry’s was a famous stop on U.S. Highway 301, which bore most of the New York-Florida traffic prior to the construction of interstates.
When alewives run up into our rivers to spawn, they are netted for the table. Both