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 acquired a taste for maple syrup years ago at a sugar shack and now I buy it by the case to cook with or to drizzle on pancakes, waffles, ice cream or Fench toast. Some of the recipes I have made from the Cooking with Québec Maple syrup cookbook are the Pouding Chômer (Poor Man’s Pudding), Upside-Down Apple Pie with Maple Caramel, Apple Maple Syrup Muffins, Braised Root Vegetables à l’Érable and Chicken with Cranberry, Thyme and Maple (my favourite). My family has a sweet tooth so needless to say they devoured every recipe I made.
Today I am giving away one copy of the Cooking with Québec Maple Syrup cookbook! Having this cookbook in your collection will inspire your to cook with maple syrup all year long.
To enter, just answer the question ” What is your favourite way to use maple syrup?” in the comment section below and share the give-away on Facebook and Twitter.
The winner will be announced on Monday, April 27, 2015.
For my complete review of the cookbook visit Cooking with Québec Maple Syrup cookbook review.
Permission to use the Cooking with Québec Maple Syrup cookbook photo was granted by Les Éditions Cardinal.