The Everyday Squash Cook: The Most Versatile & Affordable Superfood Pumpkin, butternut, acorn, pattypan, zucchini, kabocha, hubbard, spaghetti—the variety of squashes is only surpassed by the number of ways you can enjoy them! Ivy Knight teams up with Kerry Knight and Rob Firing to bring us over 100 of her favorite way of savouring squash. Get it here.
The Official Norfolk County Cookbook: Celebrating Local Food and Farm Families in Ontario’s Garden 128 pages of colourful photos, recipes and stories submitted by local farmers and chefs– many of whom are Feast ON certified! The stories were written by Lorraine Wark, a resident of Norfolk County. Get it here.
J.K.: The Jamie Kennedy Cookbook The book provides not just Feast ON certified Chef Jamie Kennedy’s recipes, but also stories and memories from his four decades as a chef. From those famous french fries to cornish hen galantines, and from rhubarb jellies to pickled ramps, Jamie’s philosophy of simplicity and pleasure shines through. Get it here.
Toronto Cooks: 100 Signature Recipes From The City’s Best Restaurants There has never been a more exciting time to eat in Toronto. Amy Rosen captures recipes from some of the city’s hot spots — a moment in time in our ever evolving food scene. Get it here.
Niagara Food: A Flavourful History Of The Peninsula’s Bounty The Niagara region has a unique culinary history and tradition. Niagara food writer, advocate, and activist Tiffany Mayer has put together a thoughtful and amazingly well researched collection about Niagara. Did you know that there are 637 farms on the Niagara Peninsula that grow tender and stone fruit? Now you do. Get it here.
And, for those who haven’t updated their collections in a while, here are some “oldies-but-goodies” for the locavore in your life!
- The Harrow Fair Cookbook: Prize-Winning Recipes Inspired by Canada’s Favourite Country Fair by Moira Sanders
- Earth To Table: Seasonal Recipes from an Organic Farm by Jeff Crump and Bettina Schorman
- The Craft Beer Cookbook by David Ort
- We Sure Can! How Jams and Pickles Are Reviving the Lure and Lore of Local Food by Sarah B. Hood
- Savour Ottawa Harvest Table Cookbook