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Local and environmental cookbooks 

Round up of our top 5 green cookbooks

The Trout Point Lodge Cookbook by Daniel Abel, Charles Leary, and Vaughn Perret
(Random House)

Offering dishes with New Orleans Cajun flavour, tracing them to original Acadian recipes in Atlantic Canada.

Eating By The Seasons
by The Food Action Committee of the Ecology Action Centre

A collection of 160 recipes featuring largely Nova Scotia-grown food, with a thought to what's available in season in Atlantic Canada.

A Good Catch
by Jill Lambert (Douglas & McIntyre)

A primer on how to prepare dishes utilizing sustainably caught and farmed seafood.

Fresh and Local: Straight from Canadian Farms to your Table
by Craig Flinn (Formac) 

Lobster and Other Shellfish
by Elaine Elliot and Virginia Lee (Formac)

If seafood is your thing, and how could it not be in this town, this book will give you plenty of ideas.

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