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Episodes
  • The Art of Eating in Montréal

    The Art of Eating in Montréal
    Apr 15 2021
    Montréal is unlike any other Canadian city. It’s our little slice of Europe, complete with an inspired food scene. From its beloved smoked meat sandwich to its legendary, late-night restaurants, la belle ville has something for anyone who loves to eat.
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    25 mins
  • Gaspésie: The Route of the Navigators

    Gaspésie: The Route of the Navigators
    Apr 15 2021
    Gaspésie, the remote and rocky peninsula just north of New Brunswick, produces some of this country’s best seafood. It’s also home to a unique population that celebrates the land for all it has to offer, from fish to foraging.
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    24 mins
  • Ottawa: Home of the Power Lunch

    Ottawa: Home of the Power Lunch
    Apr 15 2021
    Canada’s capital city has evolved into a dynamic destination, thanks, in part, to a new and daring group of restaurateurs. Ottawa is also where you’ll find some of this country’s most powerful people making deals... often over a meal.
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    22 mins

Publisher's Summary

The Field Guide to Eating in Canada is a feast for your ears, taking listeners on a coast-to-coast culinary adventure across one of the world’s most diverse countries. Your guide is food writer and cookbook author Meredith Erickson, a passionate advocate of Canadian cuisine. Meredith introduces us to rock star chefs and family-run restaurants, exploring far-flung destinations to find great food and the people who make it.
©2021 Antica Productions (P)2021 Audible Originals, LLC

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About the Creator

Meredith Erickson is the host and co-writer of Field Guide to Eating in Canada. An avid traveler, she’s made a career of exploring the culinary traditions, and the terrain that inspires them, in countless destinations. Meredith is also a seasoned cookbook author. She’s behind the best-selling Alpine Cooking, and co-authored The Art of Living According to Joe Beef, Olympia Provisions, Claridge’s: The Cookbook, Joe Beef: Surviving the Apocalypse, Mandy’s, Friuli Food and Wine and others. Born in Southern Ontario, Meredith has lived many places including New York State, London, England and Milan, Italy. She’s currently working on Alta Italia and CANADA: the travelogue, and splits her time between Montréal and Milan. Learn more at www.mereditherickson.com, or discover her cookbooks on Amazon.ca.

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Funny, entertaining, and actually useful!

amazing storytelling, the host gets you through an incredible culinary journey to all sorts of canadian cuisine with a smart and entertaining touch.

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A favourite field guide!

I thoroughly enjoyed this series. It is a fun way to discover a component of Canada that does not get the coverage or the respect it deserves. I hope that there will be more episodes as there is so much to explore in our country.

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I ate it up!

I can't wait to travel and again and visit some of the places mentioned here. Great listen.

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very informative

the narrator highlights the different locations and gives interesting insights into multiple venues worth listening

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  • David M. Stewart
  • 2021-04-22

Wonderful tour of Canada’s cuisine

Prior to listening to this podcast I knew that there are some fantastic dining options in Canada given what I experienced when I visited Vancouver, but I never heard much about other areas or about local producers. After listening to this I’m incredibly excited to discover more about Canada’s culinary scenes and producers.

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Funny. entertaining, and actually very useful

Amazing storytelling, the host guides you through the discovery of all sorts of Canadian cuisine with a smart and entertaining touch. A hidden gem.

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