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Chefs David McMillan and Fred Morin show us how to survive the apocalypse in culinary style

McMillan and Morin talk about their new cookbook, Joe Beef: Surviving the Apocalypse, a collection of 150 recipes that will help get you through the long, nuclear winter.

Originally published on December 4, 2018

David McMillan and Fred Morin are the chefs behind one of Canada's most-loved restaurants, Montreal's legendary Joe Beef. In their new cookbook, Joe Beef: Surviving the Apocalypse, the two prepare for the end of the world with a collection of 150 new recipes that will help get you through the long, nuclear winter in culinary style.

The two chefs sat down with q's Tom Power to talk about their new cookbook and where they think TV and Instagram food worship has gone wrong. 

— Produced by Diane Eros

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