After receiving an M.A. in Art History from the University of London, Elizabeth worked for a London publisher, editing a cookbook. She has written introductions and historical notes to several titles in Whitecaps Classic Canadian Cookbook Series including The Home Cook Book, The All New Purity Cook Book, The Laura Secord Canadian Cook Book, the 1915 Five Roses Cook Book, and Five Roses: A Guide to Good Cooking. In 1989 she compiled a bibliography of British cookery books and her new work, Culinary Landmarks: A Bibliography of Canadian Cookbooks, 18251949 is forthcoming from the University of Toronto Press. Elizabeth has won several prestigious scholarships that have allowed her to pursue her passionate research into Canadas culinary history. She says, I love the way old cookbooks transport one back into the past.
Elizabeth lives with her husband and two children in Toronto, where she is the Foodways Program Officer at Mongomerys Inn museum. She demonstrates such historic techniques as cooking on an open hearth, returning home most days with the smell of wood smoke on her clothes.
My mom has been using this cook book for as long as I can remember .Published 1 month ago by Vivian Bakka
If you remember the 60's & 70's, you may find many family favourite recipes here. I ordered it to get the best butterscotch pie recipe, & found several other recipes we ate as... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Carole Mehner
Exactly what my Mom had when I was growing up. A cookbook that anyone can use and the recipes are so Yummy...Published 2 months ago by Diana Farinola
So excited when this came in the mail. Love this cookbook and everyone should have it in the collectionPublished 2 months ago by April Fletcher
So glad it's back! I had been looking around for this cookbook for years and never thought I would see it again. So glad it is back on the market. Read morePublished 3 months ago by viviane boucher
This was exactly what I wanted. This is a reprint and so it looks different than the original; no matter the recipes are all the same.Published 3 months ago by Coulterart
our original one (45 years Old) finally wore out from use, glad to get it replaced.Published 3 months ago by jan doef
My original was long showing the signs of much use; I got my first edition when I graduated college in 1973 and still use it to this very day.....it's a great cookbook.Published 4 months ago by Paul