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Feast: 04/06/21


Feast by Lindsay Anderson and Dana VanVeller is a cookbook based on a five month long roadtrip across Canada to every province and territory. Between each section: starters, mains, fish, etc. are stories of various stops along the way.

Each recipe also includes a story. You'll learn where the recipe is from, who created it or perfected it, and what native ingredients it uses. Most recipes also include a full color photograph to entice you to try it. For recipes that involve region specific ingredients, the book includes substitutes.

In tone, Feast reminds me of The Moosewood Restaurant Cooks at Home (1994). The big difference is that Feast is decidedly not vegetarian, though there are plenty of vegetarian recipes in it.

Four stars

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