It's spring cookbook season and that means... new cookbooks! We know our cookbook reviewer Liliana loves this time of year as she gets busy cooking and testing and writing (see her latest reviews here!). It's also fun for us as more and more FBC members are publishing their own cookbooks. This spring is no exception with 5 new entries, all of which are now on sale! Add some new Canadian cookbooks to your collection with these titles.
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Vegan Comfort Food Classics - Lauren Toyota
FBC Member Lauren Toyota of the immensely popular YouTube Channel Hot For Food (and the blog by the same name), has published her first, long awaited cookbook, Vegan Comfort Food Classics (Feb 27, 2018 Penguin Canada). Watch for her Greyhound Bus book tour coming to a city near you this March! Our review of Vegan Comfort Foods will be coming soon!
Unbreakable - Trudy Stone
Unbreakable is the first book by FBC Member Trudy Stone of the blog Eat Live and Play and is written to help you develop new habits around food that will stick. (Feb 27, 2018, Personify Consulting Publishing) And as a bonus, if you have a Kindle Unlimited membership, it's a free download!
Simply Citrus - Marie Asselin
FBC Member Marie Asselin, the author behind the three time IACP award winning blog, Food Nouveau, has published her first stand alone cookbook, Simply Citrus. (March 6, 2018, Gibbs Smith). You can check out our review here.
Vegetarian Viêt Nam - Cameron Stauch
FBC Abroad Member Cameron Stauch, a former chef at the Governor General's residence and author of the blog A Global Kitchen, has taken advantage of living in Vietnam for several years to put together his first cookbook, Vegetarian Viêt Nam (March 13, 2018, WW Norton). Our review will be coming soon!
30 Days of Meal Planning - Diana Leblanc
Meal planning is so popular right now and it's easy to see why when it makes life so much easier. FBC Member Diana Leblanc of the blog 365 Days of Easy Recipes has published her first e-book, 30 Days of Meal Planning (self-published, March 2018) packed with recipes, tips and templates to help you get your meal planning going!
Tell us which book you'd love to add to your collection this spring!