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I Found It at the Movies: An Anthology of Film Poems
Although poetry is one of the oldest art forms and cinema one of the youngest,...
Untying The Apron: Daughters Remember Mothers of the 1950s
Mothers of the 1950s were wasp-waisted, dutiful, serene, and tied to the kitchen with apron...
Fish Wrapped: True Confessions from Newsrooms Past
Essays by Canadian newspaper reporters and editors on their lives in the news business before...
The persistence of misconceptions about Italian-Canadian food culture raises many questions for us. Are we gluttonous, inebriate and too loud? Do we force-feed guests? Are we in fact food-obsessed? How many grains of truth can a stereotype hold? We had to know, so we asked articulate and thoughtful Italian-Canadian writers and simpatico friends from British Columbia to Newfoundland. The responses were surprising, thoughtful, entertaining and often touching, making my co-editor, Delia De Santis, and I very glad we asked, as every piece which streamed over the internet's ether was a gift and a joy to read. And the result is...

"A bite of Canada's culinary minestra might taste like smoked salmon stuffed perogies, on a bed of curried lentil couscous layered with foie gras quenelle, garnished with a crackling of pemmican prosciutto and a dusting of dulse in a pool of ginger, lemon grass and sake reduction, followed by a... "
Italian Canadians At Table: A Narrative Feast in Five Courses

Loretta Gatto-White, Delia De Santis
2013
Italian Canadians At Table: A Narrative Feast in Five Courses
Writing Our Way Home
Changing The Face of Canadian Literature: A Diverse Canadian Anthology
Coming Here, Being Here: A Canadian Migration Anthology
The Heart Is Improvisational: An Anthology in Poetic Form
A Second Coming: Canadian Migration Fiction
Writing Cultural Difference: Italian-Canadian Creative and Critical Works