About the authors
Leigh Nash is a Toronto-based writer, editor, and administrator. A graduate of the University of Guelph’s MFA in Creative Writing program, she is a partner in the editing firm Re:word Communications, a co-founder of The Emergency Response Unit, and was an executive member of the Scream Literary Festival. She is currently the managing editor at Coach House Books. Her work has appeared in various print and online literary journals. Goodbye, Ukulele is her first book.
Natalie Wollenberg owns and operates (alongside her husband, Drew) The County Canteen and 555 Brewing, both of which are located in Picton, Ontario. Originally from Australia, she’s a former nurse who now calls Prince Edward County home.
"County Heirlooms offers both tantalizing, approachable recipes and candid conversations with food producers, brewers, entrepreneurs and food stylists... With County Heirlooms, Wollenberg and Leigh Nash succeeded in throwing a really fab dinner party. Bonus: You don’t have to beg for the secret recipes. They are all here, from Maple Honey Cornbread to Chiles Rellenos to Dill & Garlic Sauerkraut. Don’t be late to this party."—Harrowsmith
"Prince Edward County is home to some of the best culinary finds in Ontario, so it’s no surprise that a new cookbook pays tribute to the region known for wineries, five-star bed-and-breakfasts and fine dining. Take a trip to Canadian wine country through stories and recipes from chefs, farmers and food producers in the area, who break down everything from growing the perfect heirloom tomatoes to cooking for a crowd."—Ontario Culinary