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Food in Atlantic Canada

By Atlantic Books Today
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A delicious collection of cookbooks from across the region. Welcome them into your kitchen any day for a taste of the Atlantic Canadian culinary scene
French Taste in Atlantic Canada 1604-1758, A Gastronomic History

French Taste in Atlantic Canada 1604-1758, A Gastronomic History

Le goût Français au Canada Atlantique 1604-1758 : Une Histoire Gastronomique
edition:Book
tagged : history, french, essays

Through stories, images and recipes, French Taste in Atlantic Canada is a study of early French cuisine in the region. À travers récits, recettes, et images, Le goût français au Canada atlantique est une étude de la cuisine française de l’époque coloniale dans la région.

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Cooking with Glo

Cooking with Glo

The Cookbook for People Who Believe Kitchens are for Everybody
edition:Paperback

Cooking with Glo is a return to a dab and a pinch, a dollop and a sprinkle. This is cooking learned at a mother's apron strings; and her mother from her mother. McNeill believes that healthy cooking is social, convivial and accessible, and the recipes contained here are dispensed with a charm, wit and the sage wisdom pulled from a full life. She really is the Mrs. Beeton for our times.

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Titanic: The Cookbook

Titanic: The Cookbook

Recipes from the Era of the Great Ocean Liners
edition:Paperback

Titanic: The Cookbook is a selection of the most delicious and tantalizing dishes found on the Titanic's menus. The first-class Ritz dining room was modelled on the finest French hotel dining room of the period, and the dishes from its menus are classics of fine European cuisine. In its other dining rooms, Titanic's chefs offered meals that appealed to a wide range of passengers, from eastern-European immigrants to newly-wealthy Canadians and Americans returning home from Continental tours.

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Best Recipes of the Maritime Provinces

Best Recipes of the Maritime Provinces

The best tasting recipes from home cooks and leading chefs
selected by Elizabeth Baird
edition:Paperback
tagged : canadian

Maritime cooking starts with great local produce--lobster, scallops, oysters, blueberries, apples, cranberries, maple syrup, and more. There are treasured traditional dishes--hodge podge, baked beans, gingerbread, blueberry grunt--as well as the simple but delicious lobster boil. Leading chefs like Craig Flinn of Halifax's Chives restaurant, Michael Howell of The Tempest in Wolfville, and many others have come up with wonderful new ways of cooking with fresh, local ingredients. Best Recipes of t …

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Chowders and Soups

Chowders and Soups

50 Recipes for the Home Chef
by Liz Feltham
photographs by Scott Munn
edition:Paperback
also available: eBook
tagged : soups & stews

Soups can comfort you when you’re sick, tickle your taste buds at the start of a meal, and envelop you with warmth on a winter’s day. Soup can be simple and rustic, or elegant and complex. And each culture’s cuisine has a soup that is instantly identifiable. In the Maritimes, that soup is chowder.

Chowders and Soups is a collection of over 50 recipes accompanied by appetizing colour photos. The book includes recipes for classic seafood chowder, but also lobster, shrimp, crab, and clam versi …

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