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Cooking International

Culinary Treasures from around the World

Authentic Recipes from diplomats posted in Canada

edited by Sylvain Perron

photographs by Karyne Gagné

translated by Natasha Leroux

Klorofil Publishing
Initial publish date
Nov 2017
  • Hardback

    Publish Date
    Nov 2017
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We believe that it is the marriage of diverse cultures, traditions, and stories that makes Canada strong.
With this in mind, it is with great pleasure that Éditions Klorofil presents a cookbook celebrating
the great multiculturalism of our nation, in honour of Canada's 150th anniversary.
This culinary collection will take readers on a journey around the world by glimpsing into the kitchens
of the foreign diplomats who represent their countries in Canada.
We asked the foreign diplomats featured in this cookbook to share their favourite recipe with us,
thereby offering a peek into their childhood memories and family heritage.
Not only will this collector's item pay tribute to the art of cooking, but we guarantee that after
turning the last page, readers will leave inspired by the great diversity of flavours and cultures
in Canada. I am confident that my fellow Canadians will take great joy in preparing these recipes
in their homes, and I take pride in knowing that this cookbook will contribute to the cause of
Hire Immigrants Ottawa, an initiative integral to fostering inclusion in the nation's capital.
I hope that you will take this global, gastronomic tour along with us.
Sylvain Perron
Klorofil inc.

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Editorial Reviews

"Although this book was released last year to coincide with Canada's 150th anniversary, it can be enjoyed anytime, the recipes contained within certainly timeless. . . The dozens of recipes throughout the book offer something for every culinary taste. . . Whether entrees, desserts, or main course, the world is brought into our kitchen via a most entertaining recipe book.
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