High Plains: The Joy of Alberta Cuisine by Cinda Chavich
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When Alberta cuisine is mentioned, beef is often the first and only thing to come to mind. In fact, however, Alberta has a wealth of local food products and its producers have won recognition and awards for cheeses, chocolate, corn, grains, oils, game birds and animals, and much more. From mountain to prairie, forest to river, this fertile province overflows with options for the creative cook Journalist and food specialist Cinda Chavich has visited farms, dairies, bakeries, and delis looking for the very best Alberta has to offer. The result is a breathtaking book that combines delicious recipes, beautiful colour photographs, food sources, cooking and shopping tips, and local history. Celebrate the taste and variety of regional cuisine with High Plains: The Joy of Alberta Cuisine. There is a world of flavour waiting for you in your own backyard.
About the Author
Cinda Chavich is an award-winning food writer and journalist with over twenty years experience. She is the author of two other cookbooks, THE WILD WEST COOKBOOK and THE BEST PRESSURE COOKER RECIPES.
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- Paperback: 168 pages
- Publisher: Fifth House Books; 1 edition (August 3, 2001)
- ISBN-10: 1894004647
- ISBN-13: 978-1894004640
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