Written By Rebecca Baugniet Books / Edibles May 5, 2011 Book Review: In My Mother’s Kitchen SHARE VIA: Facebook Twitter PinterestJust in time for Mother’s Day, comes this new collection from James Beard Foundation Book Award winner Trish Magwood. Having discriminately pilfered from her mother’s, grandmother’s, in-laws’ and friends’ recipe stacks, the Toronto-based author of Dish Entertains, serves up “four generations worth of simple, delicious meals that work”.Beginning with Breakfasts and ending with Sweets, this book works it way through all the courses, peppered with family photographs as well as fresh food images. From the end pages, a collage made up of handwritten, kitchen-stained recipe cards, to the personal anecdotes that introduce each dish, In My Mother’s Kitchen offers a happy glimpse into one family’s kitchen.In My Mother’s Kitchen, by Trish Magwood. Harper Collins, 2011. $39.99. cookbooksfamily SHARE VIA: Facebook Twitter Pinterest Written By: Rebecca Baugniet Rebecca Baugniet is a freelance food writer and editor living on Canada’s West Coast with her husband and their four children. The author of three published cookbooks, Rebecca has also written for EAT Magazine and for Montréal ... Read More You may also like Books / Review / Wine News September 28, 2020 The Okanagan Wine Tour Guide by John Schreiner & Luke Whittall The 6th edition of The Okanagan Wine Tour Guide is just what it says, a wine tour guide to the wineries located in British Columbia’s ... Read More Books / Recipes / Review October 20, 2019 Cedar + Salt, Vancouver Island Recipes from Forest, Farm, Field and Sea It often surprises me how easy it can be to take for granted, or even forget, just how incredible this island is. Sometimes it is a visitor who helps ... Read More Books / Cocktails / Press Release September 22, 2019 An Expedition to the Land of Great Northern Cocktails Shawn Soole’s latest book swings open the doors to the world of Canadian cocktails CHIPPENHAM, UK, 20 September 2019—Hidden in the vast northern ... Read More Books / Review July 6, 2019 Chop Suey Nation and Number One Chinese Restaurant Two recently published books, a novel and a travel/memoir, provide deep insight into the Chinese immigrant experience in North American restaurant ... Read More Books / Review May 21, 2019 Island Craft: Your Guide to the Breweries of Vancouver Island by Jon C. Stott From the opening description of his first legal glass of beer in 1960 at a beer parlour in Victoria’s Ingraham Hotel through several chapters ... Read More Books / Review May 21, 2019 Everyone’s Welcome: The Art of Living and Eating Allergen-Free by Amanda Orlando If you or someone you love has severe food allergies and dietary restrictions, Amanda Orlando’s new cookbook is for you. Most of the recipes ... Read More Comments are closed.