Recommended Reading List
Berries, Tomatoes, Apples, and Peaches
Download list
Please login or register to use this feature.

Berries, Tomatoes, Apples, and Peaches

By kileyturner
0 ratings
rated!
rated!
When you think about summer in Canada, don't you think about these foods? Of course you do! So here are some books to fuel your love.
Berries

Berries

And Other Small Fruit
edition:Paperback
tagged : fruit, desserts, baking

With these 60 recipes, you'll get to savour berries in all ways imaginable: fruit wine, jams, jellies, grilled swordfish with blueberries, clafouti, fois gras with figs, soups, crepes. Jean-Paul Grappe's vast teaching and culinary experience has made him one of the most well-known and well-respected chefs in Quebec.

More Info
Fruit and Berry Gardening for Canada

Fruit and Berry Gardening for Canada

edition:Paperback
tagged : fruit, canada

It's amazing the range of fruits and berries you can grow in Canada when you know the proper techniques. * Healthy: blueberry, cranberry, goji berry and grape * Exotic: banana, citrus, fig, gingko, olive, persimmon and pineapple * Easy to grow: apple, cherry, elderberry, pear, plum, raspberry and blackberry, rhubarb, serviceberry (saskatoon) and strawberry * Nuts: beech, chestnut, hazelnut, pecan, pine nut and walnut * Unusual: cape gooseberry, kiwi, passion fruit and prickly pear * Fun for kids …

More Info
Wild Berries of British Columbia

Wild Berries of British Columbia

edition:Paperback
tagged : regional

Juicy, sweet, tart and sometimes sour, wild berries burst with flavour and goodness. They are a delicious treat any time--especially while you are hiking through the forest--and they could save you from starvation if you get lost. Berries have been used for food and medicine for millennia, and early peoples and settlers preserved them for winter use in everything from pemmican to jams and jellies. In this guide to the wild berries of British Columbia, author Fiona Hamersley Chambers provides: * …

More Info
A Field Guide to Edible Fruits and Berries of the Pacific Northwest

A Field Guide to Edible Fruits and Berries of the Pacific Northwest

edition:Paperback
tagged : fruit

If wild berry foragers followed vague advice such as "berries of red and you'll soon be dead" or "berries of blue will do harm to you" imagine how many of nature's delicacies would be passed by! On the other hand, for anyone who has thought twice before popping that delicious-looking morsel into their mouth, the reality of poisonous berries growing in the wild is reason enough to be berry aware.

With a basketful of information presented on a two-sided, lightweight, waterproof and pocket-sized pam …

More Info
Heritage Apples

Heritage Apples

A New Sensation
edition:Paperback
also available: eBook

Heritage Apples travels far beyond the grocery store of today to savor the apples of the past. These are the apple varieties—the Gravensteins, the Kings, the red-fleshed Pink Pearl—that link us to history, but through food movements and taste preferences are remerging as the fruit of the future. Heritage apples evoke memories and passion for some; for others they offer delicious, unexplored flavors and a connection to local farmers.

Discover the histories behind the apples, and learn some sta …

More Info
Apples, Peaches and Pears

Apples, Peaches and Pears

Great Canadian Recipes
edition:Paperback

This classic, award-winning cookbook offers an array of recipes, from the traditional to the inventive and unusual, for three of Canada's favourite summer fruits.

Apples, Peaches & Pears features 125 recipes for a remarkable range of dishes including cakes, pies, puddings, salads, preserves and pickles. Along with the best traditional recipes--apple pie, peach ice cream, oven-baked pears--there are tempting new recipes--cranberry nut apple pie, baked peaches with almond slivers, and peach and re …

More Info
Apple a Day Cookbook

Apple a Day Cookbook

edition:Paperback
tagged : fruit

"An apple a day keeps the doctor away!" It's no secret that apples are both good to eat and good for you, and The Apple a Day Cookbook is full of inventive and enticing recipes that will have you adding apples to dishes of all kinds. From appetizers to entrees, soups to salads, cookies to cakes, there's something here for everyone--savoury meals like apple-stuffed spare ribs, delectable desserts like chocolate chip apple cookies, and eveen an entire chapter devoted to apple pie.

Along with her de …

More Info
Tomatoes

Tomatoes

Recipes from Canada's Best Chefs
edition:Paperback
also available: eBook

Tomatoes are a staple ingredient for cuisines from all around the world. They come in many different varieties that are increasingly readily available to the consumer. And cultivar names such as Moneymaker, Gardener's Delight and Mortgage Lifter show that tomatoes appeal to more than just taste buds! This book contains recipes for wonderful fresh tomatoes dishes from restaurants across Canada including Roasted Corn, Prosciutto and Ricotta Ravioli with Creamy Tomato Sauce from The Suede Lounge in …

More Info
comments powered by Disqus

There are two ways to make a reading list

This way:

  1. Click the "Create a New List" button just above this panel.
  2. Add as many books as you wish using the built-in search on the list edit page.

Or that way:

  1. Go to any book page.
  2. In the right-hand column, click on "Add to List." A drop-down menu will appear.
  3. From the drop-down menu, either add your book to a list you have already created or create a new list.
  4. View and edit your lists anytime on your profile page.
X
Contacting facebook
Please wait...