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What better way to get a taste of Nova Scotia than to enjoy a bowl of seafood chowder! Visitors know that Nova Scotia is rich in history, beauty, and seafood. In every town, at every stop along your way, you find Nova Scotians making chowder. Now Nova Scotia…
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|September 19, 2013

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Cooking with One Chef One Critic comes from the hosts of the hit television series One Chef One Critic . This cookbook features 120 mouth-watering recipes and dozens of photographs from the popular television show. Many recipes are from One Chef One Critic ,…
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|July 15, 1995

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Known for their cooking skills, some of the Tahltan families share their secrets in this first volume of a unique series. A Tahltan Cookbook: Volume One includes recipes for game and information on preparing moose, deer and bear from this intriguing group of…

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Rose Murray's Vegetable Cookbook includes everything you want to know about the history and nature of thirty-one common (and not-so-common) vegetables, along with delicious recipes for their preparation. With 152 fully-tested recipes for soups, appetizers,…
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|March 16, 2003

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For centuries, the land and sea have forged the people of this vast land known as Newfoundland and Labrador. From the earliest inhabitants ten thousand years ago to the most recent generation of European descendants, the table fare has primarily evolved from what…
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|September 17, 2014

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Out of Old Saskatchewan Kitchens is the story of people and the food they prepared. With more than 50 photos, it is a window into life as it was then. If you want to know what life was really like in early Saskatchewan, come to the table with us.