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Many people struggle to identify Canada's core cultural definition. Even more, people struggle to identify the culinary identity of this large North American country. And while the focus stays on the larger provinces of Ontario and Quebec, many people often overlook the tiny island of Newfoundland, which has long contained a unique cultural and culinary identity of its own that has quietly influenced a lot of modern American cuisine. This book will take you on a culinary journey through Newfoundland's history and provide you with a host of easy recipes to make at home. Bring Canadian cuisine to life right in your own kitchen with chicken, pastas, stews, and more, along with an extensive list of truly Canadian cocktails to pair them with. Finally, a cookbook that highlights the best of what Canadian cuisine can bring, while also telling the unique stories of each recipe's history! Whether you're an experienced chef or just looking for easy meals to cook at home, this book provides several recipes borne out of years of at-home, tried and true methods of cooking that have been passed down for generations.