Art's Old Canadian Recipes: Recipes from Early Settlers, Bushmen, Prospectors, Trappers, Hunting & Fishing Guides

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Tate Publishing, 2009 - Cooking - 149 pages
Coming from a very small town in Northern Ontario, Canada, and coming from a very hard-working and poor family, I learned many wonderful things and most were in the kitchen beside both my parents. Some years later my wife and I were offered a great opportunity to operate and manage a remote fly in hunting and fishing camp on the English River in Northern Ontario, Canada, where we still managed enough time to meet and talk to other people who worked and lived on the river, trappers, miners, loggers and native fishing guides who shard with us some of their great old recipes. But it wasn't until many years later after both my parents passed on that I discovered the greatest treasures of all, their old recipes. We have all but forgotten the great smells and tastes that came from those kitchens, but with a little time and effort your whole family can enjoy these safe and great-tasting foods again.
 

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Contents

Preface
15
Salad Dressings and Sauces
35
A Little History about Art
49
Small Game and Birds
63
Arts Best Fish
79
Candies and Jams
93
Vitamins and Minerals
111
Arts Favorite Recipes
125
Old Family Recipes
139
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