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Eat Where You Are, A Memoir in Recipes Christine Faour

Eat Where You Are, A Memoir in Recipes

Christine Faour

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186 pages
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 About the Book 

Have you ever visited Newfoundland and returned home wanting to try some of their delicious foods? Did you wonder what a touton was?Ever eat hommous, tabouli or baklava and wanted to make those and other Lebanese dishes? How about Quebec cuisine?MoreHave you ever visited Newfoundland and returned home wanting to try some of their delicious foods? Did you wonder what a touton was?Ever eat hommous, tabouli or baklava and wanted to make those and other Lebanese dishes? How about Quebec cuisine? While you are eatingturkey dinner at Christmas, what are Les Quebecois eating? What is the secret to good Poutine?These questions and more are answered in this very different cookbook / memoir.Born in Corner Brook, Newfoundland into a Lebanese family, Christine Faour has developed an eclectic cooking repertoire. From her Newfoundland and Lebanese roots, she raised her own family in Deux Montagnes, Quebec where she prepared some popular French Canadian “plats de resistance”. She homeschooled her three sons and cooked wholesome, make-ahead recipes that suited a busy lifestyle.Here you will find a compilation of recipes and stories from those years as well as some of her families’ favorites, both past and present.This book also reveals the incredible story behind Christine’s famous Divorce Fudge.For sale only at www.eatwhereyouare.ca