The Harrow Fair Cookbook

The Harrow Fair Cookbook

Prize-Winning Recipes Inspired by Canada's Favourite Country Fair

By Moira Sanders; Lori Elstone; Beth Goslin Maloney

Whitecap Books, Paperback, 9781770500204, 237pp.

Publication Date: August 2010

Since 1854, the Harrow Fair has been attracting visitors from near and far to one of the most southern towns in all of Canada. Now, with The Harrow Fair Cookbook, everyone can enjoy the delicious traditions that make it one of the most authentic agricultural fairs in Canada. The recipes in this book reflect the author's belief that when food is made from scratch, with wholesome, natural ingredients, it can't help but be delicious. The Harrow Fair Cookbook will inspire you to cook with what's local and seasonally available, as well as getting a personal tour of what is arguably the richest agricultural area in Canada. Filled with the best recipes from prize-winners, as well as their own takes on many of the classics, this cookbook brings together the joys of canning, cooking and baking in one beautifully photographed book. Keep up the Harrow Fair tradition by making these classics: . Sour Cherry Jam . Bread & Butter Pickles . Peaches & Cream Pie . Barbecued Ribs . Lemon Shake-Ups.

About the Author
After graduating from St. Clair College's culinary and marketing programs, Moira Sanders worked in several well-known restaurants and gourmet food emporiums. She also ran the kitchen of a chateau-turned-cooking school in the Limousin region of France. First and foremost, however, Moira is a mom, and her passion for cooking for kids is expressed on her blog and in this new exciting cookbook, her second with Whitecap Books.