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!
300 Bread Machine Recipes
I asked my grown daughter what her favourite food memory was from her childhood and she replied, “bread baking” – the smell enveloping the whole
In the late 1970’s and early 1980’s, I worked on the business side of TV Guide & Canadian Living magazines. On the creative side, were
Cyprus Cuisine is not just a cookbook. It’s a travelogue that transports you to a Mediterranean island and a time when cooking and eating was
It’s Elvis’ birthday this week and we’re celebrating with his favourite foods – milkshake and French toast. See our Recipe section for the milkshake recipe
In Grace’s Kitchen
Growing up in Hamilton in the Italian neighbourhood called the colonia, author Vince Argo paints us both a cultural and culinary picture of his youth.
Bobbette and Belle
https://bobbetteandbelle.com/ Take two ladies in love with baking and a ton of experience behind them, bring them together and open a bake shop and what
https://sanagansmeatlocker.com/pages/cookbook Who knows the most about meat? Why a butcher of course! With two butcher shops in Toronto, Peter Sanagan knows the meat world first
Ricardo Ultimate Slow Cooker
To inspire you to think beyond turkey for this holiday season, we bring you Ricardo…and his ham recipe. In our Recipe section, we slow cook
100,000+ COPIES SOLD! TURN SIMPLE FOODS INTO BEAUTIFUL BOARDS WITH MORE THAN 100 EASY RECIPES AND IDEAS. I put on a charcuterie table full of
First We Brunch
With restaurants opening up and travel is once again on the radar, you’ll want to add Victoria BC to your itinerary. Along with the plane
The Newfoundland and Labrador Seafood Cookbook is one of those cookbooks that stays in your kitchen as a resource tool. Complete with illustrations, it includes physical
Since this is Remembrance week, I thought a cookbook from the war era would be a fitting one to review. Let’s take a step back