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Regional & Ethnic - Canadian

  • ISBN: 9781770502147
    Dimesions: 8.25 x 9.25
    Page Count: 208
    Binding: Paperback with flaps
    Features: 77 recipes; 90 photographs; full colour throughout; index


    Preparing, Cooking and Enjoying a Sensational Seafood
    The story of Mussels starts with “the humble mussel, a shellfish so unassuming that the impact it had on the two of us was quite unexpected,” as the authors—the “Kilted Chef” Alain Bossé and his good friend “Mussel Mama” Linda Duncan—of this book say. When these two met, they discovered they shared an identical passion:... Read More
  • ISBN: 978-1-77050-194-2
    Dimesions: 6 x 8
    Page Count: 152
    Binding: Paperback with flaps
    Features: 30 recipes; full colour throughout including photographs; index

    Setting a Fine Table

    Historical Desserts and Drinks from the Officers' Kitchens at Fort York
    Setting a Fine Table is a mouth-watering selection of cakes, cookies, pastries, puddings and drinks from historic Fort York in Toronto.   The recipes are based on ones found in British, American and Canadian cookbooks of the late 18th and early 19th centuries, and are featured favourites in the Historic Foodways Programme at Fort York National Historic... Read More
  • ISBN: 978-1-77050-192-8
    Dimesions: 6 x 8
    Page Count: 168
    Binding: Paperback
    Features: 150 recipes; two-colour; illustrations; index

    Rose Murray's Canadian Christmas Cooking

    The Classic Guide To Holiday Feasts
    Think back to your favourite Christmas food memory. Perhaps it was the first turkey you dressed and cooked yourself, or the sweet smell of cranberries ladled onto your plate, or the mouthwatering anticipation of finally getting to taste your grandparent’s signature pie.   First published in 1979, Rose Murray’s Canadian Christmas Cooking likely had a hand in... Read More
  • ISBN: 978-1-77050-193-5
    Dimesions: 8 x 9.5
    Page Count: 208
    Binding: Paperback with flaps
    Features: 75 recipes; full colour throughout, including photographs; index

    The Canadian Craft Beer Cookbook is a lively and engaging introduction to craft beer as well as a set of 75 recipes that use craft beer as an ingredient or go well with craft beer as a pairing. Recipes that use beer ingredients such as hops, spent grain, and hops extract will also appeal... Read More
  • ISBN: 978-1-77050-179-9
    Dimesions: 8 x 10
    Page Count: 450
    Binding: Paperback with flaps
    Features: 350 recipes; colour throughout, including photographs; index

    The All-New Vegetarian Passport

    350 Healthy Recipes Inspired by Global Cuisines
    “Vegetarians simply live healthier, longer lives.” This is the credo of Linda Woolven, author of The All-New Vegetarian Passport. Vegetarian diets are higher in fibre, nutrients and antioxidants, and lower in bad fats than meat-based diets. This book aims to help you feel better and stave off ill health, with simple easy-to-make recipes that even novices... Read More
  • ISBN: 978-1-77050-110-2
    Dimesions: 8 x 10
    Page Count: 160
    Binding: Hardcover with dustjacket
    Features: 79 recipes, 157 photographs, colour throughout, index

    Easy Elegance from Fabulous Fairholme

    Breakfast, Brunch, Lunch
    Easy. Elegant. Delicious. Those three words describe Sylvia Main’s style of entertaining and are at the heart of her newest cookbook, Easy Elegance from Fabulous Fairholme. As the follow-up to Sylvia’s bestseller, Fabulous Fairholme: Breakfasts & Brunches, this book is filled with delicious but simple recipes for breakfast, brunch and lunch, as... Read More
  • ISBN: 978-1-77050-109-6
    Dimesions: 8 x 9
    Page Count: 448
    Binding: Hardcover with dustjacket
    Features: 241 recipes, 94 photographs, colour throughout, index

    Eric Akis is back with the long-awaited compendium of his bestselling Everyone Can Cook series. From his original book, Everyone Can Cook, to his subsequent guides to cooking midweek meals, slow cooker meals, appetizers, seafood and cooking for celebrations, Eric Akis has been lauded by food writers across the country for delivering recipes that really... Read More
  • ISBN: 978-1-77050-098-3
    Dimesions: 8.5 x 10.5
    Page Count: 276
    Binding: Hardcover with dustjacket
    Features: 160 recipes, 130 photographs, colour throughout, index

    Beloved Canadian food writers and long-time friends Rose Murray and Elizabeth Baird have teamed up to create an all-new cookbook filled with some of the most quintessential and delicious recipes of Canadian cuisine. A beautiful keepsake hardcover edition, Canada’s Favourite Recipes is not only a treasury of classic Canadian recipes but a visual cornucopia of... Read More
  • ISBN: 978-1-55285-458-7
    Dimesions: 5.75 x 8.75
    Page Count: 224
    Binding: Paperback

    Five Roses

    A Guide to Good Cooking
    The perennial classic reproduces the 21st edition of the Five Roses Cook Book which was published in 1967, just in time for Canada's centennial. Complete with hundreds of recipes, it also features guidelines for everything from baking bread and making the perfect cup of tea to roasting turkey and creating... Read More
  • ISBN: 978-1-77050-064-8
    Dimesions: 9 x 11
    Page Count: 192
    Binding: Paperback with flaps
    Features: 150 recipes; colour throughout, including photographs; index

    Everyday Exotic

    The Cookbook
    Following the success of the hit television series Everyday Exotic, Chef Roger Mooking and his producer Allan Magee bring together the most delicious of his 52 inspiring episodes. Using the concept of one main exotic ingredient, Roger demystifies the ingredient through its flavour and aroma, empowering the reader to embrace... Read More