Posts Tagged ‘naomi duguid’

Cookbooks To Curl Up With

 

We buy cookbooks for the recipes, to give us inspiration in the kitchen, but also, sometimes a cookbook is more than just beautiful pictures and delicious dishes. When is the last time you actually read the cookbooks in your collection? They are a treasure trove of great writing. While the libraries are closed and bookstores are shuttered, take a look at the cookbooks you already have. You’re in for a treat. And we’ve got some suggestions – none of these books are new, and some are all but forgotten. You can also check for some more suggestions at Mossgreen Childrens Books. Take a look on your shelves, you may already have a few titles worth curling up with… Continue »



Pantry and Palate: An Acadian Cookbook

by Kerry Knight

 

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Perusing the pages of Simon Thibault’s first cookbook, Pantry and Palate- Remembering and Rediscovering Acadian Food  is very much like leafing through a history text. A delicious, mouthwatering text to be sure, and one that serves as a reminder of not only our amazing past, but is in itself a lively, relevant book of useful and tempting recipes. It is history come alive, ready to be cooked with love and care and eaten with relish. Or at least chutney, maybe rhubarb chutney.

Don’t worry, Thibault has a recipe for that. Continue »