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Marty's World Famous Cookbook: Secrets from the Muskoka Landmark Café

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Finally.., the secret is out.

He is the ambassador for Canada's quintessential pastry -- the butter tart. In his hands, Canada's greatest contribution to the world of sweets has achieved mythical status. He has developed a butter tart recipe that people travel from all over the globe to sample. He proudly makes upwards of a thousand butter tarts a day just to meet demand. Now, Marty Curtis of Marty's World Famous Café is finally releasing the secret recipe every Canadian has ...

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Overview

Finally.., the secret is out.

He is the ambassador for Canada's quintessential pastry -- the butter tart. In his hands, Canada's greatest contribution to the world of sweets has achieved mythical status. He has developed a butter tart recipe that people travel from all over the globe to sample. He proudly makes upwards of a thousand butter tarts a day just to meet demand. Now, Marty Curtis of Marty's World Famous Café is finally releasing the secret recipe every Canadian has been waiting for in his new book, Marty's World Famous Cookbook: Secrets from the Muskoka Landmark Café.

The hotly anticipated recipe will not be revealed anywhere but in this book. No media promotions will unveil the secret. The sweet ante is upped with another revelation -- Marty's new book also features the closely guarded recipe for his exceptional Big A** Pies, along with such other dishes as the ultimate Canadian bacon sandwich, killer rib steak, Muskoka maple pie and Castro's paella.

Celebrating the dessert disclosure of the century are renowned chefs like Michael Smith, Mario Batali and Ted Reader, who lend their favorite recipes to these pages.

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Don't form an opinion on [buttertarts] until you've tried Marty's version. This is the butter tart at its evolutionary peak.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781552859292
  • Publisher: Whitecap Books, Limited
  • Publication date: 1/1/2010
  • Pages: 224
  • Product dimensions: 8.40 (w) x 10.90 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Meet the Author

Marty Curtis has been working in the food industry since the age of 13, when he was a pizza maker's apprentice. Now, he helms Marty's World Famous Café and is considered the ambassador for Canada's national pastry -- the butter tart.

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