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A Celebration of Canadian Cookbooks

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History of Canadian Cookbooks

Canada's First Cooks

Traditional Aboriginal Cooking

Old Time Recipes of Manitoba Indians. [Winnipeg: Indian and Metis Friendship Centre, 196-?]

Collected by the Indian Ladies' Club of the Indian and Métis Friendship Centre.

The unusual eating experience that is protein-rich buffalo meat can still be enjoyed today thanks to a successful conservation program.

Bernard Assiniwi. Recettes typiques des Indiens. [Montréal]: Leméac, 1972