It's time to check out some great new books! We've put together a list of our favourite Canadian cookbooks that are essential to every home cook.

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Evergreen Kitchen

Weeknight Vegetarian Dinners by Bri Beaudoin

Bri and her husband are creators of the Evergreen Kitchen blog, Bri is Certified Holistic Nutritionist and recipe developer. The cookbook contains 110 vegetarian weeknight dinner recipes which 86 are vegan friendly and 105 of these recipes can be made gluten free, there are made ahead options, substitutions and variations to accommodate your diet. In this cookbook you will find weeknight meals including Veggie Skillet Pot Pie and Cheesy Chipotle Quinoa Bake, many sweet desserts and salads.
Evergreen Kitchen

EATertainment

Recipes and Ideas for Effortless Entertaining by Sebastien Centner and Sheila Centner.

Sebastien and Sheila are the owners of a leading event management and catering company, with their first Eatertainment book they will help you to make your party and events fun. The book contains 140 recipes, instructions how to set the table, what flowers to pick, how to prepare for the event and more. In Eatertainment, the chapters are divided into 12 different events with level difficulties: Simple Entertaining, A Little More Effort, Pulling Out All the Stops.
Eatertainment

Don't Worry, Just Cook

Delicious, Timeless Recipes for Comfort and Connection by Bonnie Stern and Anna Rupert, foreword by Yotam Ottolenghi

Bonnie together with her daughter Anna created amazing cookbook with easy recipes for all-day breakfasts, soups, starters, and side dishes, as well as breads and vegetarian, fish, and meat mains. If you love desserts, you will find recipes for Pavlova Cake with Lemon Curd and Berries, Bonnie’s Rugelach, and S’mores Chocolate Bark. Authors give tips on what to do with leftovers and provide notes to modify dishes for special diets.
Don't Worry, Just Cook

More Mandy's

More Recipes we love by Mandy Wolfe, Rebecca Wolfe and Meredith Erickson.

After the first successful cookbook Mandy's Gourmet Salads, these sisters wrote another cookbook with recipes for salads, smoothies, sweets and soups. Amazing salad recipes: Feel Good Fall, Rainbow and Roasted Leek, desserts like Salted Caramel Pecan Brownies and Lazy Pumpkin Pies. Find delicious and heartwarming soup recipes Roasted Garlic and Butternut Squash, and Chicken with Lemon and Orzo.
More Mandy's

A Bartender's Guide to the World

Cocktails and Stories from 75 Places by Lauren Mote and James O. Fraioli

Lauren is an expert in developing cocktail recipes. In this book you can learn how to make perfectly balanced drinks. All recipes are organized by ingredients, for example: agave, gin, whiskey, rum, vodka, and more. There is also a big chapter for nonalcoholic drinks which are perfect for anyone who doesn't want or can't drink alcohol.
A Bartender's Guide to the World

Little Critics

What Canadian Chefs Cook for Kids (and Kids Will Actually Eat) by Joanna Fox, foreword by Frederic Morin.

Little Critics cookbook is packed with lots of easy meal recipes for breakfast, soups, snacks, sides, desserts and drinks. Everyone can find meal recipes that are vegetarian, made with fish or meat. The cookbook contains recipes for kids, but adults will love them too.
Little Critics

New Indian Basics

100 Traditional and Modern Recipes from Arvinda's Family Kitchen by Preena Chauhan and Arvinda Chauhan.

Arvinda and Preena created a premium Indian spice blends because they know that spices are important in Indian cooking. Learn classic and modern Indian cuisine in this cookbook, find recipes for weeknight meals, brunch, appetizers, traditional Indian desserts and more! The authors also share their knowledge how to properly cook basmati rice, how to serve and Indian meal, guide to understand different lentils or beans.
New Indian Basics

The Lemon Apron Cookbook

Seasonal Recipes for the Curious Home Cook by Jennifer Emilson.

Jennifer is the owner of The Lemon Apron blog where she develops recipes for comfort home cooking. This cookbook is organized by each season (fall, winter, spring and summer) with extra chapter for anytime cooking and baking. Jennifer brings rustic recipes that are inspired by her German heritage, her travels and living in Toronto.
The Lemon Apron Cookbook

Where the River Narrows

Classic French & Nostalgic Québécois Recipes From St. Lawrence Restaurant by J-C Poirier, foreword by Derek Dammann and Joie Alvaro Kent.

A cookbook with over 125 recipes that comes from Quebec and France. In this cookbook you will find traditional recipes for Tourtière, Pot-au-Feu, Tarte au Sucre, Tarte Tatin, Steak with Peppercorn Cream Sauce and Chocolate Mousse. J-C Poirier shares recipes for Pâté en Croûte, Coquilles St-Jacques à la Parisienne, and Tarte au Citron Flambée au Pastis. Whether you are experienced cook or amateur you will find amazing recipes to make.
Where the River Narrows

Baked Cookbook

A no-nonsense approach to baking with a spoonful of nostalgia and a pinch of humor by Suzie Durigon (Photography by Betty Binon)

Suzie is the creator of scrumptious and funny Just Crumbs blog, she is a trained chef, a food blogger and a part-time culinary instructor. The cookbook has 120 recipes for bread, savoury meals, dessert and it is perfect for novice and experienced bakers.

Also, check out our Cookbook Corner for in-depth reviews of over 80 of the most popular cookbooks by Liliana Tommasini.

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