Woodfield Cooks

Woodfield Cooks

by Ann Mccoll Lindsay, Hazel Desbarats, Ulla Troughton
     
 

Welcome to our kitchens in London's historic core. Growing and preparing food has been a Woodfield preoccupation since the founding of this city. We can still walk or bicycle to farmers' markets, independent grocers and vegetable gardening plots. More than a collection of favourite recipes, Woodfield Cooks is a biographical cookbook that brings the people of this

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Welcome to our kitchens in London's historic core. Growing and preparing food has been a Woodfield preoccupation since the founding of this city. We can still walk or bicycle to farmers' markets, independent grocers and vegetable gardening plots. More than a collection of favourite recipes, Woodfield Cooks is a biographical cookbook that brings the people of this downtown community to life.
This collection offers an alphabetical cornucopia - from apple soup to zucchini gratin. Our culinary heritage, rooted in traditions, has grown into an international smorgasbord of global dishes. We celebrate our differences in the exciting flavours of the world's cuisines.
Woodfielders delight in sharing food with others. Whether it is an informal meal with friends, a casserole carried to a neighbour in need, a hot meal for the homeless or a holiday banquet, you'll find recipes for all of these in a book that COOKS.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781926582498
Publisher:
Ardith Publishing
Publication date:
03/03/2010
Pages:
344
Product dimensions:
0.72(w) x 6.00(h) x 9.00(d)

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