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Cookbook Club: February 2013 Archives

Cookbook Club: Elizabeth & David try SoupeSoup

SoupeSoup.jpgIt's time again for our monthly Cookbook Club.  We've sent out a copy of a cookbook to two reviewers from the All in a Weekend audience who like to cook - and now they're joining us on-air to tell us what they thought of it.

This time around, the cookbook is SoupeSoup by Montreal restaurateur Caroline Dumas.

Elizabeth Woodliffe is an IT consultant in Quebec City. She calls herself an intermediate-level home cook who tries to make most things from scratch and keep them heart-smart. She's in our Quebec City studio.

David Workowich is a Montreal caterer and former restaurant owner and he has cooked in kitchens from Hong Kong to Ungava Bay. He joins Sonali Karnick in Montreal.

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The Smitten Kitchen, a new cookbook - and a website

Smitten Kitchen.jpgI warn you.  Don't go to the Smitten Kitchen website this morning. You're going to want to make Salted Caramel Brownies for breakfast!

They look wonderful - especially with the gorgeous photography the Smitten Kitchen website is known for. As the author says, what's really sad is that you probably have all the ingredients already at your home.

Deb Perelman has won awards for her website, and now the self-taught home cook is also the author of a cookbook called The Smitten Kitchen Cookbook. And it has that same down-to-earth approach as the website, with lots of personal stories and beautiful food photos.

Deb Perelman is in Montreal for an event at the cookbook store Appetite for Books, and she joins Sonali Karnick in studio.

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