"Grandmama's Treasured Favorites & Traditional Recipes" is a collection of country style recipes with memorable stories of farm life on the Canadian Prairies. A glimps of how the early settlers, coming to Canada in the early 1900's, plant and harvest vegetables; pick wild berries and process meats for the winter seasons. Over 300 recipes of savory flavors reflecting old country cooking. These recipes offer a variety of tasty, simple-to-make dishes, which includes step-by-step instructions. This book is meant to inspire the beginner to the advanced cook, to experience the art of preparing a Canadian Prairie dish.
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About the Author
Author and Artist - Dianne Ireland is among the Canadian baby boomers, growing up on a farm east of Grimshaw, Alberta, Canada, a northern community with a population of approximately 2600. Born in Peace River, Alberta; educated in Grimshaw; married in 1968; and raised her children on an acreage in a farming community. Dianne owned and operated a consulting business for several years. Finally, enjoying a past time of painting and then writing a cookbook, from her collection of treasured recipes, incorporating memorable stories of life on the farm. Dianne has introduced pieces of her artwork within her first published book. She and her husband now reside in Peace River, AB.