NEWMAN, Lenore




Canada's evolving culinary landscape is explored in Speaking in Cod Tongues (U of Regina 2017). Crossing oceans and prairies to discover bakeapples and fiddleheads, from maple syrup to k'aaw, and from fine urban dining to picnics in the park, this foodie paean is a cosmopolitan overview of this important aspect of Canadian culture.

Lenore Newman holds a Canada Research Chair in Food Security and Environment and is an Associate Professor of Geography at the University of the Fraser Valley. She lives in Roberts Creek.


BOOKS:
Speaking in Cod Tongues (U of Regina 2017) $29.95 978-0-889774599

[BCBW 2016]