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Autumn Eats

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Everything is golden, come October, and the food is delicious. Here are cookbook to help you seize the delicious.
The Everyday Squash Cook

The Everyday Squash Cook

The Most Versatile & Affordable Superfood
edition:eBook
also available: Paperback
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Pumpkin seeds are loaded with zinc, magnesium, vitamin E and healthy oils.

One medium-sized zucchini has as much potassium as an average banana, and more than a cup of fat-free milk.

Cucurbitacins, found in many types of squash, are powerful antioxidants and anti-inflammatories. There is promising research, too, supporting their anticancer properties.

Canned pumpkin has more than 750% of the recommended daily value of Vitamin A in less than one cup, more than nearly any other natural food.

Pumpkin, …

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Pumpkin & Squash

Pumpkin & Squash

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

Many of Canada's best chefs are now celebrate fall with pumpkin and squash dishes on their menus. In this new addition to the Flavours collection of cookbooks, Elaine Elliott and Virginia Lee offer a tantalizing array of recipes drawn from fine restaurants across the country. These include Pumpkin Cream Cheese French Toast (Keltic Lodge, Ingonish, NS), Baked Sugar Pears with Pumpkin (Peller Estates Winery Restaurant, Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON), and Red Kuri Squash Ravioli with Seared Trout and Bra …

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Squashed

Squashed

edition:Paperback
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People often wonder what on earth they can make with squash. It's actually an incredibly versatile ingredient. "Squashed" includes 30 great recipes that you can make with acorn squash, butternut squash, spaghetti squash and pumpkin. You'll never be at a loss for how to use squash again!

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Nothing More Comforting

Nothing More Comforting

Canada's Heritage Food
edition:eBook
also available: Hardcover Paperback
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Nothing More Comforting is a reflection of our society: an eclectic mix of many different cultures and traditions. Dorothy Duncan – with her extensive knowledge of heritage foods – has chosen her favourite "Country Fare" columns from the popular Century Home magazine for this wonderful book on Canada’s heritage cuisine. Each chapter focuses on one particular food or ingredient followed by historical facts and traditional recipes for you to try at home. Fast food restaurants and instant foo …

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Purely Pumpkin

Purely Pumpkin

More Than 100 Seasonal Recipes to Share, Savor, and Warm Your Kitchen
by (photographer) Allison Day
edition:Hardcover

Bring these comforting, relaxing, healthy recipes to the plates, bowls, and mugs of your home this year.

The beginning of fall brings buzz and excitement around all things pumpkin. From the huggable lattes we eagerly await all year to the homemade roasted pumpkin seeds whipped up after carving a jack-o’-lantern on Halloween to the first (or third) slice of pie during the holidays, there’s a place for pumpkin in everyone’s heart.

In her new cookbook, Purely Pumpkin, Allison Day, popu …

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Celebrating the Harvest

Celebrating the Harvest

Recipes for Fall & Winter Gatherings
edition:Paperback

Celebrate the arrival of autumn and winter with this delightful assortment of recipes designed just for these two often under-appreciated seasons.Celebrating the Harvest: Recipes for Fall & Winter Gatherings makes use of the fruits, vegetables and grains that are so widely available at harvest time and the months that follow. You'll find a wide range of recipes suited to everything from small family dinners to elegant evenings of entertaining, and even a special selection of preserves. We've eve …

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Fall Flavours

Fall Flavours

Seasonal Recipes from Canada's Best Chefs
edition:Paperback

The season of crisp sunshine and fireside evenings is also the time for setting up preserves and preparing festive food for Thanksgiving, for making pots of soup and fruit pies. The recipes in Fall Flavours offer a full range of soups, appetizers, entrees and desserts, as well as ideas for breakfast, light lunch and beverages. They make the best use of fresh ingredients, such as squash, root vegetables and seasonal fruit. All the recipes have been tested and adapted for home cooking.
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Homegrown

Homegrown

Celebrating the Canadian Foods We Grow, Raise and Produce
edition:Paperback

From the Pacific coastline to the cool shores of PEI, Canada's sprawling geography provides terrain for some of the world's most diverse agriculture. In Homegrown, Professional Home Economist Mairlyn Smith proves that Canada can be the key ingredient in any meal, whether you're making a hearty stew from Saskatchewan-farmed lentils, a BC blueberry pie, Nova Scotia scallops or a simple pancake breakfast made from Albertan barley flour (and smothered in Quebec maple syrup, of course).

With over 175 …

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