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The Ontario craft beer guide
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The Ontario craft beer guide

The Ontario Beer Guide is a book for province’s beer aficionados written by two knowledgeable enthusiasts. Both   travelled Ontario, tasted hundreds of beers scouting out the best and worst beers, brewpubs and microbreweries- all 250 of them. During the creation of this valuable oeuvre they explored the history and evolution […]

Real food/fake food
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Real food/fake food

Real Food/Fake Food is an invaluable book for every North American. It explains in minute detail how millions are being taken advantage of due to their ignorance of food and beverage quality, taste, texture, their provenance and possibilities of passing on fraudulent food. FDA (Food and Drug Administration) and USDA […]

The complete wild game cookbook
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The complete wild game cookbook

The complete wild game cookbook Jean-Paul Grappe Robert Rose Incorporated, Toronto 384 pages, $ 39.95 The author Jean-Paul Grappe, a chef and restaurateur, created an informative, excellent, and invaluable book about game and game cooking. In Canada cooks must use “farmed game”, except for First Nations who are allowed to […]

Best food writing 2016
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Best food writing 2016

Holly Hughes started the series in 2000, and has continued to date. Each edition seems to get more interesting. The 16th edition has been categorized into – The Way We Eat Now (seven articles), “Down The Hatch” (5), Cooking The Books (6), The Family Table (6), Foodways (6), Dining Around (6), […]

Doctor Goebbels
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Doctor Goebbels

Most historians agree that Doctor Goebbels was most intelligent, friendly and soft in private, and but also the most dangerous, and manipulative of all Nazi ministers. He comes from a family of modest means, and depended on stipends from charitable organizations to study and obtain his doctorate. As a motivated, […]