Food insecurity takes a disproportionate toll on the health of Canada’s Indigenous people. A Land Not Forgotten examines the disruptions in local food practices as a result of colonization and the cultural, educational, and health consequences of those disruptions. This multidisciplinary work demonstrates how some Indigenous communities in northern Ontario are addressing challenges to food security through […]

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The New Trailside Cookbook is the result of a unique partnership between canoe enthusiast Kevin Callan and food and nutrition consultant Margaret Howard. With Margaret creating delicious, healthy recipes for the camp kitchen and Kevin providing the how-to information, it is a perfect match. Kevin’s wilderness skills and Margaret’s culinary experience combine in this book to

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The history of picnics in Ontario by Lindy Mechefske, two-time Taste Canada gold-award winning author, is a tour de force. With more than a hundred rare, old images, this book is a rich, visual feast as we look back at over a century of photographs and other treasures all celebrating Ontario picnics. Packed full of charming

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Cut the carbs, not the flavor. Completely redefine what it means to cook low-carb meals with these 75 tasty dinner recipes that are ready to eat in under 30 minutes. Valerie Azinge, founder of My Digital Kitchen, takes all the stress out of cooking healthy weeknight meals by drastically cutting prep times – using sheet

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Cocktails Inspired by that Odd Ethno-Religious Group You Keep Mistaking for the Amish, Quakers or Mormons A satirical cocktail book featuring seventy-seven cocktail recipes accompanied by trivia on Mennonite history, faith, and cultural practices. At last, you think, a book of cocktails that pairs drinks with Mennonite history! Yes, cocktail enthusiast and author of the

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This book introduces buckwheat – a wonderful and versatile grain. Maria Depenweiller, a professional home economist, chef and nutrition specialist talks about health benefits of buckwheat, different uses of the plant and offers a wide variety of recipes to try – from appetizer to dessert, from traditional to modern. Buckwheat honey, traditional French crepes Brêtonnes,

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Hanes Hummus is providing two containers of each of their three flavours: Moroccan Seven Spice, Roasted Garlic & Dill, and Hot Date.  Stock up for your backyard parties and load up the camping fridge with these amazing dips.  Take your hummus obsession to the next level!   $60  NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER OR

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The From There to Here: Our Family Table cookbook is a culinary celebration of our community. The STELIP team worked with a talented photographer, Alieska Robles, the creator of the award-winning Forest City Cookbook, graphic designer/prop stylist Amanda DeVries, and 12 St. Thomas-Elgin immigrants from 10 different regions of the world who each contributed at least three recipes. Filled with unique recipes, this

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Often, when people hear “French food” they assume the recipe will be too complicated, the ingredients too hard to find, the techniques too fussy for them to attempt at home. Ok, but what about le dîner – the main meal of the day – isn’t that going to require some more complex skills? Not necessarily, even though

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After School Snacks This delightfully French cookbook showcases twelve recipes to make and enjoy for that special snack time between the end of school and dinner time. Le goûter, as it is known in French, consists of mostly sweet treats, traditionally enjoyed at home but, more and more, en route to extra-curricular activities. Goûter means “to taste” and

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