Homegrown

Homegrown

Celebrating the Canadian Foods We Grow, Raise and Produce With 160 Recipes

Book - 2015
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Home economist Mairlyn Smith proves that Canada can be the key ingredient in any meal, whether you're making a hearty stew from Saskatchewan-farmed lentils, a BC blueberry pie, Nova Scotia scallops or a simple pancake breakfast made from Albertan barley flour (and smothered in Quebec maple syrup, of course). With over 175 recipes collected from members and students of the Ontario Home Economics Association, Mairlyn celebrates Canadian ingenuity and the delicious things that Canadians grow, produce and manufacture. Food connects people to their roots, and this cookbook is a testament to the farmers and families that have contributed to what's on the table, including a bounty of information on what makes Canadian products unique and why the "Made in Canada" label so often stands as a mark of excellence. Compiled alongside humorous stories and sidebars this book showcases the best of Canada. Includes is a wealth of nutritional information and a carb counter with every recipe, proving that an all-Canadian diet can be more than just delicious, it can also be a boon to your health.
Publisher: North Vancouver, B.C. : Whitecap, ©2015
ISBN: 9781770502321
Branch Call Number: 641.5971 HOM 2015
Characteristics: 312 pages : chiefly color illustrations

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