Hosted by one of the fastest eaters I have never met, Seven Spoons, the Canadian section of Menu for Hope 6 will surprise you.
Not least because "this mortar and pestle set from Herriott Grace, made especially for Menu for Hope, will most surely become a treasured heirloom. Each piece is hand-turned from a single piece of maple wood, without joints or glue."
It's not about cattle ranchers
In her opus, Julie Van Rosendaal offers 'portable snacks and finger food for anytime, anywhere' and a low fat world.
Third and last in my opinionated choices is A Taste of British Columbia (CA 12)
Courtesy of: EAT magazine
What's in the bag:
Now all you have to do is Enter your Bids and for as little as $10, you have a shot at getting one of these superwondelicious items.
Tis' the season for giving!
Menu for Hope 6, Canada, no bacon...
And of course, check my own 4 Goodies and their global favors.