Fall Flavours: Seasonal Recipes from Canada's Best Chefs

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Formac Publishing Company Limited, Aug 15, 2003 - Cooking - 128 pages
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The season of crisp sunshine and fireside evenings is also the time for setting up preserves and preparing festive food for Thanksgiving, for making pots of soup and fruit pies. The recipes in Fall Flavours offer a full range of soups, appetizers, entrees and desserts, as well as ideas for breakfast, light lunch and beverages. They make the best use of fresh ingredients, such as squash, root vegetables and seasonal fruit. All the recipes have been tested and adapted for home cooking.
Accompanying the text are beautiful photographs of many of the featured dishes as prepared by the chefs and the authors themselves, and other images of fall and its bounty.
Recipes for Fall Flavours were gathered from many of Canada's finest restaurants which feature fresh seasonal dishes on their menus. Contributors come from across the country, and include such award-winning restaurants as Chives Canadian Bistro, Halifax, Café Brio, Victoria, Hillebrand's Vineyard Café, Niagara-on-the-Lake and Windsor House of St. Andrews, NB.

Fall Flavours is a companion volume to Elaine Elliot and Virginia Lee's recent successful seasonal cookbook Summer Flavours.

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ELAINE ELLIOT is a food enthusiast who has spent countless weekends seeking out new and exciting food ideas at fine restaurants and inns. Her Flavours series includes 12 titles, ranging from Maple Syrup to Lobster. With her sister Virginia Lee, Elaine is also the author of the bestselling Maritime Flavours Guidebook & Cookbook. She lives in Kentville, Nova Scotia.

VIRGINIA LEE is the authour of Pacific Flavours Guidebook and Cookbook and co-authour, with her sister Elaine Elliot, of Maritime Falvours Guidebook and Cookbook as well as several other cookbooks that specialize in coastal cuisine. She is a native Nova Scotian whose three children live in British Columbia and the Caribbean. She divides her time between Lower Canard, Nova Scotia and Memphis, Tennessee.

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