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Enjoy a taste of Atlantic Canada with these fine food books
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.

Autho …

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Dutch Oven 2nd edition

Dutch Oven 2nd edition

A cookbook of coveted traditional recipes from the kitchens of Lunenburg
edition:Paperback
tagged : canadian

The town and county of Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, has a tradition of hospitality that dates back over two centuries, when German settlers first arrived to carve a new life from the wilderness. Augmenting their farming produce with the abundant harvest from the sea, they developed a unique cuisine that combines longstanding traditions with contemporary ingredients and methods.

This wonderful collection of recipes from Lunenburg kitchens began as a fundraising project by the Ladies Auxiliary for the F …

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You Can Too

You Can Too

Canning, Pickling and Preserving the Maritime Harvest
edition:Paperback

More and more Maritimers are recognizing the many benefits of eating locally and even growing their own food, and starting to wonder how to get even more value from their kitchen gardens or their favourite farmer’s stall. Enter Elizabeth Peirce, vegetable-gardening guru and lifelong preserver of food! In You Can Too! Peirce describes all the best ways to preserve Maritime crops: Canning, pickling, dehydrating, freezing, fermenting, and using root cellars. She also includes inspiring interviews …

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A Taste of Islands

A Taste of Islands

60 Recipes and Stories from our World of Islands
edition:Paperback
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A culinary journey around the world. Food is the social jelly of our lives. We make new friends and consolidate existing ones around meals; we use food to mark events in our lives; we share in our joys and sorrows by breaking bread together. There’s a connection between certain food and where it comes from. Can there be a North American thanksgiving without turkey and pumpkin pie? Or a Dragon Boat Festival in China without zhong-zi? Mexico without tapas? India without curry? This collection of …

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Halifax Tastes

Halifax Tastes

Recipes from the Region's Best Restaurants
by Liz Feltham
photographs by Scott Munn
edition:Paperback
also available: eBook
tagged : canadian

Halifax Tastes is the newest installment in the popular Tastes series. Halifax is famous for its flavourful seafood but as the largest city in the Maritimes, it should be no surprise that Halifax also boasts plenty of variety when it comes restaurants. From zesty Italian to spicy Thai, from tangy Chinese to carefully presented Japanese, from delightful Greek to classic Canadian cuisine, there is sure to be a restaurant to suit everyone’s liking. Easy access to Halifax’s much loved farmers’ …

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Real Food for Real Families

Real Food for Real Families

Delicious and Simple, Kid-Approved, Additive-Free Alternatives to Common Processed Foods
edition:Paperback

Wendy McCallum, a mom with a high pressure job, a husband, and two babies, was trying to do it all -- including making sure her kids were eating well. When her children turned four, she decided to leave her first career behind and focus on learning more about natural food -- and how to get all of us eating more of it, starting with her own family.

Four years later, she's ready to share what's she's learned. We can all eat less of the packaged, processed, and prepared food and instead enjoy real f …

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Maritime Fresh

Maritime Fresh

Delectable recipes for preparing, preserving, and celebrating local produce
by Elisabeth Bailey
by (photographer) Kelly Neil
edition:Paperback
tagged : vegetables

In this one-of-a-kind cookbook and grower’s guide, Taste Canada Food Writing Awards nominee Elisabeth Bailey (A Taste of the Maritimes) celebrates a medley of home-grown Maritime produce, from apples to zucchini. Featuring 150 recipes and 80 accent photos, Maritime Fresh covers everything that the aspiring chef-gardener needs to know, from how to get the most out of the local farmers’ market, to the benefits of Community-Supported Agriculture, to tips for growing and preserving produce and, …

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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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