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CONTEST CLOSED – Taste Canada Awards And Cookbook Giveaway

This contest is now closed.

Canada’s 100 Best is thrilled to announce a series of recipes selected from this year’s Taste Canada nominees. We’re giving away some of these incredible cookbooks from authors across the country to honour Canadian food writing.

Taste Canada—The Food Writing Awards and Canada’s 100 Best magazine are pleased to announce a partnership that celebrates Canada’s culinary identity. Taste Canada is the highest honour for culinary writing in the country, and the only national organization that recognizes, promotes and celebrates Canada’s food writers and their publishers. At Canada’s 100 Best, we are dedicated to bringing culinary trends, innovative restaurants and chef recipes, along with fresh market trends to our readers.

More than just the ingredients we consume, food is a symbol of our shared culture, varied traditions, unique history and heritage. It’s at the heart of our nation, and we welcome any opportunity to embrace our collective history and family legacies through food.

Now in its 18th year, the awards will be presented at a Gala in Toronto on September 21 at the Arcadian Court. Hosted by celebrity chef Ricardo, the award categories include General Cookbooks, Culinary Narratives, and Best Food Blog Post, to name a few. Notable past winners include Michael Smith, Laura Olson, Michael Bonacini (No. 6), Normand Laprise (Our No. 1 restaurant), and Martin Picard (No. 21 and No. 34)

To celebrate, we’re rolling out book excerpts and recipes from some of this year’s nominees for Taste Canada, plus a bi-weekly giveaway to get these amazing books into the hands of our readers. To enter for your chance to win this week, subscribe to our Chef’s Kitchen newsletter.

Mussels: Preparing, Cooking and Enjoying a Sensational Seafood – awarded

150 best Indian, Asian, Carribbean and more Diabetes Recipes – awarded!

Joyous Health: Eat and Live Well Without Dieting – awarded!

My New Roots – awarded!


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