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Beyond the butter tart

Canadian food writing has come into its own, despite the lack of a homegrown Anthony Bourdain or Ruth Reichl. Three authors share their insights into the country’s culinary prose

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Jonah Campbell is a Montreal writer and researcher, whose work has appeared in the National Post, Harper’s, CULT Mtl, and Vice. He has authored two essay collections for Invisible Publishing, 2011’s Food and Trembling, and Eaten Back To Life, released in May. He also pours wine.

Lindy Mechefske is the Taste Canada Award–winning author of Sir John’s Table: The Culinary Life and Times of Canada’s First Prime Minister (Goose Lane Editions) and A Taste of Wintergreen (Wintergreen Studios Press). She writes for a variety of publications and is the food columnist for The Kingston Whig-Standard.

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