So, I wrote a book. No surprise, it’s about food and farming in Niagara.
Here’s the blurb from the cover to entice you to buy it:
From peaches to poultry, from world-class wine to inspired cuisine, Niagara is a food lover’s paradise. Visionary farmers, vintners, chefs, food artisans and food security advocates have all tapped the delicious potential of the peninsula. Author Tiffany Mayer tells the region’s food and farming story beginning with the first fruit trees planted in this unique microclimate. Meet the rogue vintners who took a dying wine industry and turned it into a tour de force. Step into the kitchens of the chefs who make Niagara a delicious destination, and get to know the eclectic cast of characters who help tell the story of Niagara food.
Where to Buy Niagara Food
If you’d like to read it (and I’d be honoured if you did), here’s how you can get a copy:
Order Niagara Food: A Flavourful History of the Peninsula’s Bounty (History Press 2014) now:
Niagara Food will also be available locally at book stores and the following vendors:
- Della Terra Olive Oil and Tasting Bar (St. Catharines)
- Lake Land Meats (St. Catharines)
- The Niagara Local Food Co-op
- Figg Street Co.
Come out and say hi at one of the upcoming events where I will be speaking and/or selling books:
Tuesday, Aug. 16: Kid Curators Program, Niagara-on-the-Lake: I’ll be teaching a children how to make peach jam.
What to read next
I also have a few exceptionally talented friends with books of their own that you ought to check out:
- Curbside: Modern Street Food from a Vagabond Chef
by Adam Hynam-Smith
- Seven Spoons: My Favourite Recipes for Any and Every Day
by Tara O’Brady
- The Allergy-Free Cook series by Laurie Sadowski