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ISBN:1550024477
Author: Dorothy Duncan
ISBN13: 978-1550024470
Title: Nothing More Comforting: Canada's Heritage Food
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Language: English
Category: Cooking Education and Reference
Publisher: Dundurn; 1St Edition edition (May 15, 2003)
Pages: 256

Nothing More Comforting: Canada's Heritage Food by Dorothy Duncan



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Nothing More Comforting: Canada's Heritage Food. 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

Nothing More Comforting, hot off the press from. culinary historian Dorothy Duncan, is a collection of her best Country Fare columns originally featured in Century Home magazine. Each chapter of this compact 5 x 7" book focuses on a particular food or ingredient and includes updated recipes for traditional favourites. From Preserve the Pie Plant (rhubarb) to Peter Peter Pumpkin Eater and Pear Essentials, chapters are laced with stories of our Canadian heritage and graced with the writer's humour. Gillian Tsintziras Women's Culinary Network News)

Nothing More Comforting. Canada’s Heritage Food. Nothing More Comforting. Each chapter focuses on one particular food or ingredient followed by historical facts and traditional recipes for you to try at home

Nothing More Comforting: Canada's Heritage Food. Toronto: Dundurn Press, 2003. This small book is her "introduction to our long tradition of food, fellowship, and sharing in Canada" (p. 10). Each chapter extols a favourite Canadian food, outlines its history and includes early recipes.

Download PDF book format. Choose file format of this book to download: pdf chm txt rtf doc. Download this format book. Nothing more comforting : Canada's heritage food Dorothy Duncan. Book's title: Nothing more comforting : Canada's heritage food Dorothy Duncan. Library of Congress Control Number: 2003446958.

In 2007 her book Canadians at Table won the Cuisine Canada and University of Guelph Culinary Book Gold Award. She lives in Orillia, Ontario. Book added to the bookshelf.

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 "e;Country Fare"e; 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 followe. y historical facts and traditional recipes for you to try at home.

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 foods will never replace our seasonal and regional specialties: maple syrup, fiddleheads, rhubarb (pie plant to our ancestors), asparagus, corn on the cob, Saskatoon berries and McIntosh apples. The recipes in this book take advantage of Canada's unique foods, creating a taste that is distinctly Canadian. Nothing More Comforting will provide the avid as well as the armchair cook with interesting food facts and new recipes to try.