Cookbook Review: Lure by Ned Bell

Cookbook Review: Lure by Ned Bell

Caveat: I love fish and have been lucky enough to eat fish my whole life, so any book heralding fish is good for me.    30 years ago we didn’t know that there was, or could be, a problem with sustainability of any species. As worldwide consumption of fish has...
Book Review: Great Canadian Masters

Book Review: Great Canadian Masters

Great Canadian Masters cookbook features recipes inspired by iconic Canadian paintings  This is Canada’s year to celebrate 150 years! The cookbook Great Canadian Masters, from the Canadian Museums Association, celebrates two different aspects of Canadian...
Book Review: Inspired Cooking

Book Review: Inspired Cooking

20 Of Canada’s Greatest Chefs Present: Inspired Cooking Fresh Air Publishing 2016 It’s very hard not to get inspired by this book. The heartfelt survivor stories of each individual’s struggles with cancer invoke compassion and respect. These stories reinforce that...
Book review: Feast

Book review: Feast

Two newly minted friends agreeing togoon a culinary/travel adventure with little funding and less of a plan could be a recipe for disaster. Not so for Lindsay Anderson and Dana VanVeller, who gathered experiences and new friends while documenting their trip across...
Alberta’s Booming Barley Industry

Alberta’s Booming Barley Industry

Chocolate is classy, so are champagne and oysters, but barley? Most likely the only barley you grew up eating was in soup at grandma’s. But now barley has come of age, especially in this province, and has become a culinary highlight for local chefs and distilleries....

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