BOOK REVIEWS

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!

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Food from Mama’s Table

https://thefew.world/cookbooks Ruth “Reno” Anderson grew up in Saskatchewan surrounded by family, food and faith.  This little nugget of recipes has inspirational quotes scattered throughout to

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Tawaw [pronounced ta-WOW]

Come in, you’re welcome, there’s room. Acclaimed chef Shane M. Chartrand’s debut cookbook explores the reawakening of Indigenous cuisine and what it means to cook,

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Cooking With Bear review

Award winning author Deborah Hodge was born in Moose Jaw SK and now lives with her family in Vancouver BC. Her dedication to children’s literature

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Russian Cuisine book review

Russian cuisine is near and dear to my family. With a Polish-Russian influence on my mom’s side, and Russian-Mongolian influence from my dad, our European

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Bisous and Brioche

Classic French Recipes and Family Favorites from a Life in France French cuisine has intimidated home cooks thanks to the influence of Julia Child and

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Sexy AF Spirits Recipe Book

Want to treat yourself or guests to a delightful cocktail at home like a professional mixologist while enjoying alcohol-free cocktails? Take a look at this

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At Home with Lynn Crawford

Every Canadian foodie knows Lynn Crawford – her contribution to the culinary scene in Canada is extensive. Award winning cookbooks, television shows and restaurants, Chef

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German Meals at Oma’s

Quick and easy: that’s my goal. Wunderbar food: that’s the result! https://www.quick-german-recipes.com/ Many of us think of German food as schnitzel and sausages, but Oma

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