Time to... Indulge, Newfoundland and Labrador
Whew, Newfoundland and Labrador, it's been a rough go. But things are easing up a little. Restrictions, that is. And hey, we survived. If this isn't the perfect time for indulgence, I don't know what is.
By the way, our Time to... Indulge collection is perfect for times like this. Here are a few of its proud members:
Not just for committed vegans, Island Vegan features trailblazing Newfoundland vegan chef Marian Frances and 100+ mouth-watering, plant-based recipes for soups, salads, sauces, smoothies, pastries, pancakes, main dishes, desserts and more. This collection is the culmination of more than 40 years of expert health-conscious, environmentally sound and delicious cooking.
Authors Bobbi and Geoff Pike founded the East Coast Keto Facebook group for followers of the low-carb, high-fat Keto diet. It has more than 5,000 followers. They’ve now created a cookbook with 120 of their best recipes based on the concept.
On the other hand, if you’re looking to carb up as deliciously as possible, Barry Parson’s latest, Rock Recipes Cookies, features everything from no-bake cookies to drop cookies chalk full of warm comfort.
There’s even a section dedicated to milk and cookies. Barry reveals all the tips to create the perfect dunk.Your cookie jar, and taste buds, will thank you.
Philip Moscovitch’s Adventures in Bubbles and Brine will help you embrace a new wave of fermented flavours: spicy kimchi, bitter craft beers, artisanal cheeses and the addictive sour taste of kombucha. Yes, to truly indulge you've got to think of some good drink pairings too. Fermenting is so hot right now. Yet its roots go back centuries. Why not indulge in a little time travel?
Like I said, pairings! In Canadian Spirits, bestselling author Stephen Beaumont and National Magazine Award-winning author Christine Sismondo showcase the best of our whiskies, gins, vodkas, rums and other assorted spirits, tracing Canada’s fascinating distilling history from its quasi-legal beginnings to an internationally recognized industry. Featuring over 75 colour photos, Canadian Spirits tells the vibrant stories of Canada's more than 160 diverse spirits producers, from the massive Hiram-Walker distillery in Windsor, Ontario, to the pioneering Glenora Inn & Distillery in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia