The Urban Picnic

Being an Idiosyncratic and Lyrically Recollected Account of Menus, Recipes, History, Trivia, and Admonitions o

By John Burns; Elisabeth Caton
(Arsenal Pulp Press, Paperback, 9781551521558, 352pp.)

Publication Date: April 2005

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Living in the city doesn't mean you can't pull off a great picnic.




About the Author

John Burns is a Vancouver-based journalist and editor at the Georgia Straight, Canada?s largest alternative weekly, who writes frequently on food, trends, and publishing. He is a frequent contributor to the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. Originally from New Zealand, Elisabeth Caton is a long-time educator and food writer who lives in Vancouver.

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