I love cookbooks, because they are telepathic; a direct link to the minds who thought it wise to pen their experiences.
Reading recipes is exploring the past, and bringing those sights and smells into existence (and adjusting to suit the needs of my family!) is one of my core passions.
I hope you’ll find my book reviews informative and enlightening, from my kitchen to yours!
It’s springtime and thoughts of entertaining and enjoying the warmth of the sun and friends are dancing in our heads. To ensure you think of
Cake & Loaf
Here’s a book chock full of sweet treats that will make everyone sit up and take notice of the unique spins on classic desserts and
When it comes to baking in Canada, there’s one name that springs to mind as the iconic role model – Anna Olson. We’ve seen her
The Ocean Wise Cookbook 2
We’ve heard for many years how our oceans and lakes are being depleted of wild seafood and the emerging industry of farming these morsels of
From cookbook author and owner of the cooking school, A Dirty Apron, David Robertson entices us to gather around the table and enjoy food, fun
It’s clear…author and chef Dennis the Prescott loves food…and it shows in this Awesome (!) book packed with amazing recipes and the stories behind them.
The Art of Cooking
Chef Selwyn Richards provides us with the soul of the Caribbean through his culinary insights and recipes from the islands that bring so much flavour.
A Rising Tide
We met the author and photographer in a previous review for The Olive Oil and Vinegar Lover’s Cookbook at https://canadiancookbooks.ca/the-olive-oil-vinegar-lovers-cookbook-2/ – now we get to
J. K. The Jamie Kennedy Cookbook
Many of us have lived through the evolution of food and cooking. From stovetops and canned food, to boxed dinners in the microwave, and finally
The Whole Hog
Ontario Pork took on the task of educating the public and pork consumers but not in the usual manner. Yes, they have a fabulous website
Happy Hens & Fresh Eggs
While living in the country, my daughter and son-in-law started with a couple of chickens that has now grown to over 80 in the backyard.
It’s March Break and time to get cooking with your wee ones. The pride kids have when serving their plates of delectable delights for the