Hungry Hearts

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In 1968, David and Ann Lindsay traded the confines of the classroom and a red brick bungalow in Windsor for a year of travel that changed their lives. Experiences while camping in the U.K. and Europe suggested new careers. Upon returning to Canada, they opened Ann McColl's Kitchen Shop which operated successfully until their retirement in 2001. The freedom of the open road introduced new approaches to marketing and eating at every turn. Along with Ann's journal entries and David's photographs, over eighty ...
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In 1968, David and Ann Lindsay traded the confines of the classroom and a red brick bungalow in Windsor for a year of travel that changed their lives. Experiences while camping in the U.K. and Europe suggested new careers. Upon returning to Canada, they opened Ann McColl's Kitchen Shop which operated successfully until their retirement in 2001. The freedom of the open road introduced new approaches to marketing and eating at every turn. Along with Ann's journal entries and David's photographs, over eighty recipes, inspired by these adventures, are included in this Food Odyssey:

• New Year's Day in Cardinal Wolsey's Great Tudor Kitchens
• marmalade makers in a caravan site
• mussels in cream sauce beside a peat fire
• following the Canterbury pilgrims from the Tabard Inn
• three spirits hovering over the crepe suzettes on Christmas Eve
• a five-foot paella cooking on a beach fire
• the theatre of food preparation in open Spanish kitchens
• the exuberance of the marketplace
• Aberdeen fishing fleet unloading their silvery haul at sunrise
• fresh salmon and single malt by a highland stream
• feeding squid and octopus innards to campsite cats
• gaining ten pounds of body weight on the Tea Shop Trail
• taking the cure in Bath
• caravan sites on isolated Spanish beaches
• El Greco's green and russet tiled cucina in Toledo
• a carver cutting thistles on rounds from Braemar tree trunks
• sailing down the Clyde for fish and chips at the Cowal Games in Dunoon
• clootie dumpling simmering on a coal-fed range
• feeding pennies into the gas meter to keep the beef daube simmering
• the Brighton Pavilion gleaming for a soirée
• finding a rabbit tied to the door knob

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  • ISBN-13: 9781554838950
  • Publisher: Ardith Publishing
  • Publication date: 3/25/2011
  • Pages: 390
  • Product dimensions: 0.80 (w) x 6.00 (h) x 9.00 (d)

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