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Cooking Essays

A Veritable Scoff

Sources on Foodways and Nutrition in Newfoundland and Labrador

by (author) Marg Ewtushik & Maura Hanrahan

Flanker Press
Initial publish date
Jan 2002
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    Jan 2002
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A graduate of the University of Toronto and Sunnybrook Medical Centre Dietetic Internship, Marg Ewtushik is a health care and dietetics consultant in St. John's, Newfoundland. She won the Agnew Peckham Award for academic excellence and leadership when she completed the Canadian Hospital Association programs in Health Services and Long Term Care Senior Management.

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Maura Hanrahan is the author, co-author, or editor of ten books in several genres, including creative non-fiction, history, and the acclaimed The Doryman (2003). Her writing has won awards in Canada, Britain, and the U.S. Born in Newfoundland, she is of English, Irish, French and Mi’kmaq ancestry. For about fourteen years, she has been a self-employed consultant on Aboriginal issues and has worked mostly with Aboriginal organizations on health, education, land claims, and cultural survival issues. She lives in St. John’s with her husband, the novelist Paul Butler. She has won several book awards including: the 2007 Good Read Novel Competition: Honourable Distinction for Sheilagh’s Brush (unpublished novel); and the 2005 History and Heritage Award for Tsunami: The Newfoundland Tidal Wave Disaster.

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