These three cookbooks want their readers to understand the intrinsic values in cooking for oneself, whether they be health-based, financial or educational.
Nostalgia doesn’t give a damn about updates or contemporary versions and visions. It wants things done the way they were always done, from recipe to ingredients.
Author Lindy Mechefske offers an appetizing glimpse into the culinary life of Canada’s first Prime Minister. The recipes contained therein not only highlight what people were eating, but give glimpses into how social and economic status impact a person’s larder.
Children’s author Diane Carmel Léger brings Acadian history and culture to life for young readers.
Project Bookmark launches a literary tribute during the Cabot Trail Writers Festival
Chef Lynch often he’d never write a cookbook, but when the right publisher came along he knew it was time to craft a book that connects home cooks with local ingredients
he Chowder Trail Cookbook
A selection of the best recipes from Taste of Nova Scotia’s Chowder Trail
by Elaine Elliot and Virginia Lee
$16.95, paperback, 96 pp.
Formac Publishing, June 2014