“I normally order the cheeseburger,” Ammeson claimed, including she loves dipping the fries that accompany the burger in the homemade sherbet that’s served with the meal. That is a custom for her and quite a few other diners.
Ammeson, who is a correspondent for The Times, also has written a wide variety of other books via the many years, including “A Jazz Age Murder in Northwest Indiana,” “Lincoln Highway Trip,” “Hauntings of the Underground Railroad,” “Femme Fatale” and others.
Ammeson produced an desire in the crafting craft as a kid. “I started off my personal newspaper at 11 a long time aged,” she claimed. She made copies of the paper and marketed it to her neighbors.
In “Common Places to eat of The Area,” visitors will obtain tales and the history of eateries this kind of as the previous Whiting seafood sizzling place Phil Smidt’s Schererville’s Teibel’s various gasoline station and stagecoach prevent eateries, such as Sq. Offer BBQ and Fuel Station in Beverly Shores Starlight Buffet in Indiana Harbor The Phase Mentor Inn in Hebron The Industrial Hotel in Crown Place The Franklin Residence in Valparaiso, and far more.
Ammeson explained, in addition to her household frequenting Miner-Dunn though she was rising up, other places to eat they visited frequently were being Phil Smidt’s, The Trolley Diner in Indiana Harbor, El Patio in Indiana Harbor Casa Blanca in East Chicago, and Zel’s, the place she liked ordering corned beef.