CANADA’S MOST BELOVED RESTAURANT GROUP TURNS 40 WITH THIS SPECIALLY UPDATED EDITION OF THEIR BESTSELLING COOKBOOK, CONTINUING TO CELEBRATE LIFE’S MOMENTS—BIG, SMALL AND EVERYTHING IN BETWEEN.
Since 1982, Earls has been redefining and revolutionizing casual dining for friends and families across North America.The restaurant has offered four decades of guests a unique, charming, unforgettable and—of course—delicious dining experience,while their national bestselling cookbook satisfied those cravings at home. Now, for Earls’s 40th anniversary, this special edition serves up an all-new chapter of recipes, called The New Classics, so you can whip up new favourites like the salmon or tofu Zen Bowl or Marilyn Monroe cocktail. Earls The Cookbook is a celebration of everything that has kept Earls going strong at 40 years young.
Inside this revised anniversary edition of the bestselling Earls The Cookbook, you’ll find 16 new recipes to celebrate 40 years of Earls. This new chapter of fan-favourite dishes and cocktails, called The New Classics, completes the Earls story—so far.
Meet the Earls family and step into the Earls test kitchen. Experience the tastes and flavours from the menus of the last forty years, from starters and share plates to soups and salads, to sandwiches and burgers; from pizzas to entrées from around the world, to noodles and rice bowls and, of course, desserts. Try Jack Sticks or a tray of Los Cabos Chicken Tacos; whip up the Hunan Kung Pao or Vindaloo Curry for a special night in; satisfy a craving with Earls’s one-of-a-kind Lobster and Prawn Roll or the popular Chicken, Fig and Brie Sandwich. And, because no meal would be complete without dessert, end the night with the Warm Gingerbread Cake or the Mocha Kahlua Pie.
The New Classics chapter showcases the greatest loves of the 2020s, like the Scallop Risotto, Quinoa + Avocado Power Bowl, Nashville Chicken Sandwich and the mega brunch favourite Prawn Benedict. Better still are the recipes for cocktails you know and love, like the Marilyn Monroe and the Rosé Sangria.
Now, all this food from the beloved restaurant can be yours at home. Read, cook, relax, and enjoy this collection of delicious, accessible and easy-to-follow recipes. Whether it’s a casual brunch or a special celebratory dinner, or even a fun party you’re hosting on a whim, Earls will be there with you, helping make memories.
About the author
EARLS RESTAURANT is a group of individually-compelling restaurants and one of North America’s most successful family-run, independent restaurant groups. Launched by father-and-son duo Leroy Earl “Bus” Fuller and Stanley Earl Fuller in the early ‘80s, Earls now has a total of 58 locations across Canada and 10 US locations in Massachusetts, Washington, Colorado, Illinois, Texas, Florida and Virginia.
Excerpt: Earls The Cookbook (Anniversary Edition): Eat a Little. Eat a Lot. Over 120 of Your Favourite Recipes (edited by Jim Sutherland)
The memories made since Earls first opened its doors back in 1982 now span generations. The special moments we’ve shared, the irreplaceable friendships we’ve made and the adventurous places we’ve travelled to together leave me feeling blessed. What an honour it has been to know and connect with so many amazing people over the years.
Since launching our cookbook back in 2016, Earls has grown to sixty-eight locations across North America, garnering all kinds of love for the new dishes, drinks and experiences that have kept our guests coming back time and time again.
I continue to be inspired by our uncompromising quest to bring new ingredients and cultural cuisines to our tables. It brings us joy to know that Leroy Earl “Bus” Fuller—our co-founder and pioneering visionary—got to experience all of it with us before his passing in 2019 at ninety years young. Not a day goes by that we’re not reminded of his exuberance and love for life, which live on in our restaurants.
So, as we celebrate this special edition of our cookbook, with new recipes for our most popular dishes and drinks over the past decade added, we do so in loving memory of the figurehead who helped start it all forty years ago. You’re forever in our hearts, Dad. This one’s for you.
“A cosy and informative read. And it’s user-friendly, thanks to the home-testing of the recipes by chef Fay Duong.”
—The National Post
“Earls has been a staple of the Canadian casual dining scene over the past 30 years. Its new cookbook is currently one of the best-selling books in the country and shares some of the most popular recipes since its humble beginnings. You can even make its famous Kung Pao at home. Just make sure you wrap the meal up with mocha Kahlua pie for dessert!”