Is there such a thing as Canadian cuisine?

'I really hope people stop saying there's no Canadian cuisine,' Lenore Newman says. The urban geographer ate her way across the country, travelling more than 40,000 kilometres

PHOTO: University of Regina Press/University of the Fraser Valley; In Speaking in Cod Tongues: A Canadian Culinary Journey (University of Regina Press, 2017), Newman shares her “interpretation of what our cuisine has to say about Canada.”
Laura Brehaut, Postmedia News
Originally published on February 22, 2017; National Post
“I really hope people stop saying there’s no Canadian cuisine,” Dr. Lenore Newman says. The writer and urban geographer ate her way across the country, travelling more than 40,000 kilometres over five years.
PUBLISHED IN PRINT:
National Post: February 23, 2017; page B3
Ottawa Citizen: March 15, 2017; page C3
Calgary Herald: March 18, 2017; page G7
Montreal Gazette: March 25, 2017; page B4
Daily Observer (Pembroke): March 25, 2017; page B11
London Free Press: March 29, 2017; page C5
Northumberland Today: March 29, 2017; page D3
Orillia Packet & Times: March 30, 2017; page C4
Brantford Expositor: March 30, 2017; page D6
Owen Sound Sun Times: March 31, 2017; page D2
Niagara Falls Review: April 5, 2017; page C5
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