Fall and winter cookbook season is here and, as usual, it's packed with lots of Canadian cookbooks from FBC Members. One of the common threads we've seen running through many of them is bringing family and friends around the table to share a meal which we are all for!  There is something for everyone here so make yourself a hot drink, snuggle up with a blanket and take a browse.  Which one of these blogger cookbooks would you love to add to your collection?

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The School Year Survival Cookbook

The School Year Survival Cookbook

Stay on track this fall with The School Year Survival Cookbook from Laura Keogh and Ceri Marsh of Sweet Potato Chronicles. It's full of healthy recipes and "sanity saving" strategies to feed your family through the school year!

Best of Bridge Sunday Suppers

Best of Bridge Sunday Suppers

The Best of Bridge series consistently turns out well tested, classic cookbooks for everyone. The latest in the series now authored by Sue Duncan and FBCers Julie Van Rosendaal and Elizabeth Chorney-Booth is Sunday Suppers - perfect for gathering family and friends around the dinner table!

Fuss Free Vegan

Fuss Free Vegan

Fuss Free Vegan is the first cookbook by the effervescent Sam Turnbull of It Doesn't Taste Like Chicken.  It lands on shelves on October 17th!

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Simple Bites Kitchen

Simple Bites Kitchen

Perhaps the most anticipated second cookbook by a Canadian food blogger since Angela Liddon's follow up to the Oh She Glows Cookbook, Aimée Wimbush-Bourque of Simple Bites is back with The Simple Bites Kitchen and more wholesome ways to feed the whole family!

More Than Poutine

More Than Poutine

If you've got Canadian friends living abroad (or you're a Canadian ex-pat yourself)  and missing things like All Dressed Chips and Chalet Sauce the More Than Poutine cookbook by ex-pat Marie Porter of Celebration Generation will leave them with a happy tummy and thoughts of toques and hockey sticks!

Dutch Feast

Dutch Feast

Emily Wight of Well Fed, Flat Broke is back with her second book, Dutch Feast, celebrating a cuisine that is remarkably diverse and, in the spirit of Emily's blog, quite thrifty!

Yum & Yummer

Yum & Yummer

Greta Podleksi of Janet and Greta may be a name that's familiar but you're not sure how... until we mention the Looneyspoons cookbooks - much loved Canadian classics! Greta is flying solo with this new book, Yum and Yummer.  It's a labour of love and... the first cookbook to incorporate a video for every single recipe!

Soup Sisters Family Cookbook

Soup Sisters Family Cookbook

FBCer Gwendolyn Richards is back - this time with the Soup Sisters series and the new Soup Sisters Family Cookbook.  The book is packed with recipes from celebrities, chefs, kids and a lot of FBC members!

Les Bentos de Valerie

Les Bentos de Valérie

Valérie Levesque of Les Bentos de Valérie brings her first book to life, showcasing her beautiful and very fun bento lunch boxes!  Make lunch an adventure for your kids every day!

Be sure to check out Cookbook Corner with our cookbook reviewer Liliana - every month she reviews a new cookbook to find out if it's "bookshelf worthy"!

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