SUNDAY November 11
0730 Mary Ito talked with McMaster University political scientist Henry Jacek about the lessons that Ontario politicians can learn from the recent U.S. elections, given that it's likely that we'll see a provincial election next spring, once the Liberals have chosen their new leader.
Listen (runs 11:41)
0800 Remembrance Day phone-in: Mary asked Fresh Air listeners to call in to talk about what Remembrance Day means to them.
0830 Alison Fryer from The Cookbook Store in Toronto came in to talk about the hot cookbooks for autumn.
Listen (runs 11:21)
Here are Alison's favourite fall cookbooks:
Modern Flavors of Arabia by Suzanne Husseini **
Jerusalem by Yotam Ottoenghi & Sami Tamimi **
The Vegetarian's Complete Quinoa Cookbook from the Ontario Home
Economics Association, edited by Mairlyn Smith
The Book of Kale by Sharon Hanna
Canada's Favourite Recipes by Rose Murray and Elizabeth Baird
Vintage Cakes by Julie Richardson
**The main spice ingredients to have on hand for cooking
Middle Eastern or Ottolenghi style of cooking include:
Visit the The Cookbook Store website for more cookbook suggstions.
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