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Tessa Kiros - The Recipe Collection

The Recipe Collection – Tessa Kiros
Murdoch Books – 2014
Photography: Manos Chatzikonstantis

Do you like home-styled meals? Foods packed with gutsy flavours? Varied influences and interesting tastes? 305 more words


Savvy Gift Guide: Foodies!

Looking for a little holiday shopping inspiration? We’ve got you covered, Savvy Readers! Today we’ve rounded up some of our favourite cookbooks for the foodies on your list.  744 more words


So Many Puddings, so Little Time

I am not cooking this Thanksgiving (fortunately), but that did not stop me from browsing through cookbooks old and new (which is of course much easier than cooking). 606 more words


Cookbook Crave: 3 Sweet Treats You Can Make Ahead

If anyone knows the importance of a good make-ahead meal, it’s Ina Garten. Scramble less and plan more for your next dinner party with one of these crowd-pleasing recipes: 119 more words


Cook by the Book: Soup's On!

“To feel safe and warm on a cold, wet night, all you really need is soup.”
Laurie Colwin

Soup: the ultimate comfort food. It warms you up on a cold winter night and even has the power to fight the common cold. 726 more words

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Gourmet gifts: What to buy for a cookbook lover in 2014

In the lead-up to the holidays, we love getting into the spirit of the season by perusing cookbooks.

Culled from the scores of books that filled our filing cabinets in 2014, here are our recommendations for those who give — or want to ask for — the gift of recipes. 1,484 more words


Ottawa-area restaurants Pressed, Murray Street Kitchen, Edgar and SmoQue Shack featured in You Gotta Eat Here Too! cookbook

You Gotta Eat Here Too!, the latest cookbook spun off of the popular Food Network Canada show, includes four recipes from Ottawa-area restaurants.

Among the book’s 70-plus recipes are the SmoQue Shack’s jerk chicken, Murray Street Kitchen’s baked beans, Pressed’s hangover waffle topped with beef brisket, and blueberry-and-lemon-curd “Dutch Baby” pancakes from Edgar in Gatineau. 741 more words