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C Food

by Robert Clark & Harry Kambolis

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From the restaurant the Globe and Mail called the most original and exciting fish and seafood restaurant this country has ever seen comes their much-anticipated cookbook.

Vancouver's C Restaurant is world-renowned for its innovation, taking classic dishes to new and unexpected place and owner Harry Kambolis and executive chef Robert Clark do much the same with the traditional cookbook. This takes a new approach: photographs were the main inspiration for the recipes, forcing Robert to experiment and just see where the photographs would lead him. The result is a book that captures the creative energy of the restaurant, a book that is sure to inspire the same creativity in home cooks.

The photographs and recipes share equal billing, making the book equally at home on a coffee table or in the kitchen. Fish and seafood recipes are prominent, but C Food also features delicious meat, vegetable and dessert dishes. Re-create a much-coveted table at C in your own home, and become a composer on the plate with recipes like:

About the Authors
Robert Clark began his career with Corrections Canada in 1980, working in the gymnasium at the medium-security Joyceville Institution. Over the next thirty years, he would work in seven different federal prisons, at every level of security, in every conceivable role. Clark lives in Kingston, Ontario.
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Robert Clark began his career with Corrections Canada in 1980, working in the gymnasium at the medium-security Joyceville Institution. Over the next thirty years, he would work in seven different federal prisons, at every level of security, in every conceivable role. Clark lives in Kingston, Ontario.
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