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Halifax Tastes - Recipes from the Region's Best Restaurants - cover

Halifax Tastes - Recipes from the Region's Best Restaurants

Liz Feltham

Publisher: Nimbus

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Discover the flavors of Nova Scotia with recipes, stories and photographs from 27 incredible restaurants in and around Halifax.   Halifax is famous for its fresh and flavorful seafood. But as the largest city in Canada’s Maritime Provinces, it should be no surprise that Halifax boasts a wide variety of culinary traditions with some of the country’s finest restaurants. With cuisine ranging from classic Canadian to Italian, Thai, Chinese, Japanese, Greek, and more, Halifax combines its local bounty with global flavors.    In Halifax Tastes, Liz Feltham collects delectable recipes from twenty-seven restaurants across the Halifax and Dartmouth area. With stories and gorgeous photography of the food and the scenery, Halifax Tastes offers a mouth-watering window into the culinary world of Halifax—and lets you bring the flavor home.
Available since: 05/03/2013.
Print length: 74 pages.

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