Articles: Cookbooks

  1. The Lebanese Kitchen

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    Following on from Phaidon’s classic home-cooking bibles of national cuisines, which started with The Silver Spoon in 2005, The Lebanese Kitchen is the definitive guide to traditional cuisine from Lebanon. Phaidon’s books on design and architectural subjects are always exquisitely bound and visually stunning; Phaidon cookbooks are, if anything, more so. This large format 512… Continue Reading→

  2. Thailand, a Journey for Food Lovers

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    Thailand, a Journey for Food Lovers features a wide range of iconic recipes such as pad thai, red, green and penang curries and tom ka gai that have become hugely popular throughout the world – plus a generous sampling of less familiar, but every bit as tasty, dishes from all regions of Thailand. As in… Continue Reading→

  3. Not Your Mother’s Cookbooks

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    A recent Globe and Mail article, “Building the Ultimate Cookbook Library”, includes many of our favourites, and not surprisingly, most of them fall into the “For the Adventurous” category. South China Seas carries the most eclectic and inspiring collection of cookbooks in town; books by top chefs, local & far-flung, cuisines from the entire planet,… Continue Reading→