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The staff at the re-creation of Fort Louisbourg in Nova Scotia learned how to cook as the early settlers did, using only the utensils and food that were available at that time. "Obviously a hearth is not the same as a modern stove, but with practice you learn the required tricks" (p. 8).
A collection of recipes representing Nova Scotia's multicultural early history, including the food of the Mi'kmaq, Acadians, Germans, English, Scots, Irish and Africans.