Looking for ways to spice up your next dinner party? Emily Lycopolus stopped by The Morning Show on Global to chat with host Jeff McArthur about the history of olive oil in Syria, and some delicious recipes from her newest cookbook. If you want to try your hand at the milk and mango pudding, street-style hand … Continued
During a lecture at the Univeristy of Virginia in Charlottesville this week, Dr. Martina Scholtens told students that she wants people to look at refugees as more than just a political issue. Martina was invited to present as part of the Medical Center Hour series for UVA students. She shared passages from her book, Your Heart is the … Continued
Scotch eggs, milk and mango pudding, tabbouleh salad, roasted cauliflower, beet hummus, and many more recipes can be found in Emily Lycopolus’ new cookbook, Syria: Recipes for Olive Oil and Vinegar Lovers. This morning Emily popped by CTV’s Your Morning to chat about the surprising flavours to be found in Syrian cuisine. Watch the video here.
Join Peggy Herring and fellow local author Russell Cahill as they celebrate their recently published books with a reading and signing at the Salt Spring Island Public Library. In 1808, the Russian brig St. Nikolai ran aground off the Olympic Peninsula with 22 crew members on board. Anna, Like Thunderis based on this astounding historical event and the lives of … Continued
TouchWood Editions is pleased to share that Icon by John Schreiner and All the Sweet Things by Renée Kohlman have been shortlisted for the 2018 Taste Canada Food Writing Awards. The announcement was made on July 9. The fifteenth book by respected wine critic John Schreiner, Icon: Flagship Wines from British Columbia’s Best Wineries … Continued