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Out of Old Saskatchewan Kitchens Hardcover – Jun 1 2014

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Product Details

  • Hardcover: 192 pages
  • Publisher: MacIntyrePurcell Publishing, Inc; 1 edition (Aug. 20 2014)
  • ISBN-10: 1927097614
  • ISBN-13: 978-1927097618
  • Product Dimensions: 24.1 x 18.3 x 1.8 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 522 g
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars 10 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #105,158 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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AMAZING
This is an amazing glimpse into the food we ate and the people who prepared it.
Gordon Barnhart, historian, and former Lieutenant Governor of Saskatchewan

 

A CULINARY CLASSIC
This blending of characters, recipes, and stories serves up a menu of home. In the tradition of iconic Canadian food writers Anita Stewart, Marie Nightingale, and Edna Staebler, Amy Jo Ehman has penned a culinary classic.
dee Hobsbawn-Smith, chef and award-winning author of Foodshed: An Edible Alberta Alphabet

 

TIME-WORN
Amy Jo Ehman describes traditional ethnic foods and relates these to the incredible diversity of  Saskatchewan, and in the process provides us with time-worn recipes for many of these dishes.
Alan Anderson, author of Settling Saskatchewan

About the Author

Amy Jo Ehman is an award winning food writer with the prairie blood running through her veins. From her earliest memories on the family farm, she has been captivated by the flavours and stories of her home province. A food columnist in the Saskatoon Star Phoenix, her first book Prairie Feast: A Writer's Journey Home for Dinner won the Saskatchewan Best First Book Award and was shortlisted for Cuisine Canada and High Plains Book Awards. She lives and cooks in Saskatoon.


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This is an interesting compendium of old time Prairie recipes that also includes valuable historical information about immigrants and their cooking. Some recipes are useful today since they are frugal yet tasty. Many of us heard about these recipes growing up from our mothers and grandmothers. Well worth buying.
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A historical, photographic, and recipe-filled nod to the everyday kitchen magicians who fed the people of western Canada, whether they were from there or came from all over the world. You'll be hard-pressed to decide where to put this book: in your history collection, on your coffee table with other photography books, or in your kitchen as your new treasured recipe book. Pre-stained with coffee blots and with lots of room for notes in the margins, Out of Old Saskatchewan Kitchens is a fantastic hostess or Christmas gift for both rural and urban foodies, your grandma, your neighbor, your college kid, and yourself.
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A fascinating view of the settlers coming to Saskatchewan through the lens of the dishes and recipes they brought with them. From the bannock and bullet soup of the Metis to the baked beans and potato pie of the American settlers in the first 20 years of the twentieth century, there is a literal smorgasbord of recipes. French, English, German, Chinese, Scandinavian, all these and more are here. All of this is illustrated with archival photographs which bring the pioneer times to life and recreations of some of the original recipe cards from days long past. A fun and informative read.
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This book is, quite simply, brilliant! Not only is it a wonderful collection of delicious recipes, but it is also a snippet of history replete with pictures and stories about life in Saskatchewan. This would make a great gift and I highly recommend it.
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The recipes and anecdotes paint a vivid picture of our Saskatchewan heritage. History is anything but dull when viewed through the kitchen doorway. A full review is available at http://wanderlustandwords.blogspot.com/2014/10/out-of-old-saskatchewan-kitchens.html
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