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New eat local cookbook celebrates Ontario cuisine

November 27, 2008  ByMarg Land


November 27, 2008, Toronto, Ont. –
Niagara Cooks is a new do-it-yourself, eat local cookbook celebrating
the culinary mastery of agriculturally based Ontario cuisine.

November 27, 2008, Toronto, Ont. – Niagara Cooks is a new do-it-yourself, eat local cookbook celebrating the culinary mastery of agriculturally based Ontario cuisine.

Through the pages of this cookbook, readers can find quick and easy recipes that will whet their appetite for fresh local foods, a farmer’s story with each recipe, sources for obtaining safe, farm-fresh ingredients, a harvest schedule so they can keep on top of Ontario’s food at its peak of ripeness and wine pairings that make it easy to create their own regional meals.

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The book was inspired by Niagara’s agri-richness and can be used by all Ontarians to eat local wherever they are.

Author Lynn Ogryzlo has been a Niagara food and wine writer, culinary activist and promoter of Niagara agriculture and regional farmers for more than a decade. She is the CHCH TV/Culinary host of Niagara Express and she writes for Tidings magazine, Niagara Life magazine and the Niagara this Week newspaper.

The 192-page book can be ordered online from http://www.lynnogryzlo.com/mactest/NiagaraCooks/Niagara_Cooks.html for $28.70, GST and shipping included.


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