Farmers in Chef Hats Cookbook Review with Raspberry and Blueberry Gratin Recipe The Farmers in Chef Hats cookbook by Linda Arsenault includes 124 pages of over 50 bilingual recipes made with fresh, local produce. It won the 2008 Best Local Cookbook in the World award at the Gourmand World Cookbook Awards in London. As you follow […]
I was attracted to The Royal Touch: Simply Stunning Home Cooking from a Royal Chef by Carolyn Robb because of its beautiful Eton Mess dessert on the front cover. At first, I thought it was a dessert cookbook full of afternoon tea delights, but while reading through the recipes, I discovered there is also […]
The Monet’s Palate Cookbook by Aileen Bordman and Derek Fell lists recipes that are produced by Claude Monet’s magnificent vegetable gardens located at his home in Giverny, France. Monet was a man who had a passion for fine cuisine made with fresh ingredients. His farm-to-table outlook was way ahead of its time. He was one of the […]
In the Per La Famiglia (Memories and Recipes of Southern Italian Home Cooking) cookbook, Emily Richards captures the essence of Italian home cooking. Per la famiglia means “for the family” and in this cookbook Emily shares family recipes and traditions that have been passed down from generation to generation. Chapters In the Introduction, Emily writes about her […]
Dolce Italiano (Desserts from the Babbo Kitchen) by Gina De Palma is one of my favourite cookbooks. Over the years, I have made many recipes from this book with great success. I was saddened to read the news that Gina De Palma passed away a few weeks ago from ovarian cancer which she was battling for […]
This is the 5th year of the Great Food Bloggers Cookie Swap. Julie of The Little Kitchen and Lindsay of Love and Olive Oil are the co-oganizers and every year they send out a call for submission. If you are interested, you send in your name to the Great Food Bloggers Cookie Swap and […]
Guest post by Nadia Fazio of Mangia Bedda For Canadians, Thanksgiving has come and gone and we’re headed full speed toward the Christmas holidays. So you may be wondering why I’m writing about stuffing? That’s because I’ve decided that stuffing is great any time of year and should not only be reserved for […]
The first time I read a Madeleine recipe was from The Good Cook: Desserts Classic which was part of the Time Life cookbook series. The recipe was half a page long with no photograph. Since I didn’t know what Madeleines were at that time, I bought the molds (which were not easy to find) and baked them. They turned out quite good – little […]
Mother’s Day is only a few days away! I always found it difficult to buy my mom a present as she was happy just to spend Mother’s Day with her family and never asked for anything. Although my mom was not a baker, she had a sweet tooth and whenever she would come and visit she would browse through […]
The Cooking with Québec Maple Syrup cookbook by Anne Fortin is one of the many cookbooks in my collection jammed with post-it notes. It combines over 60 maple syrup recipes made by some of Québec’s well known chefs. Anne Fortin is the owner of the Libraire Gourmande bookshop located in Montreal’s famous Jean-Talon Market. I […]
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