South Shore Tastes

Liz Feltham

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ISBN: 9781551097510

South Shore Tastes

  Author:   Liz Feltham  
  Photographer :   Scott Munn    
  Publisher:  Nimbus Publishing

South Shore Tastes, the fourth installment in the popular Tastes pictorial cookbook series, celebrates the local harvest and culinary culture of Nova Scotia’s picturesque South Shore. In this attractive, easy-to-use cookbook, food critic and writer Liz Feltham collects recipes from twenty-four restaurants spanning the region, from the Sou’wester in Peggy’s Cove to Lane’s Privateer Inn in Liverpool to Chez Bruno’s Bistro in Yarmouth. Showcasing a diverse array of dishes that feature local ingredients and tastes, such as Ruisseau oysters with fresh tomato marinade, maple curry ravioli with roasted chicken, and blueberry grunt, South Shore Tastes is an ideal way to bring the flavours, sights, and traditions of the South Shore home with you.

Includes striking photos of both the dishes and the surrounding region by photographer Scott Munn, as well as a map and restaurant guide to help readers find their favourite eatery.

Details and Specs
ISBN associated with this title: 9781551097510
Item NB0877
PublisherNimbus Publishing
PublisherNimbus Publishing
Published on May 12 2010
Language eng
Pages 74
Format Paperback
Dimensions10.5(in) x 8.25(in)
Shipping weight320(g)
Liz Feltham served as the restaurant critic at Halifax’s the Coast weekly newspaper for nearly a decade. She specializes in culinary writing, having been certified as a journeyperson chef and having worked in kitchens from Whitehorse to St. John's. She is a contributor to a number of magazines and has authored several cookbooks, including Chowders and Soups, Fabulous Fishcakes, and Halifax Tastes. Liz can be found online at

Scott Munn has worked as a commercial and editorial photographer for the last fifteen years. His images have been featured in numerous books, magazines, and newspapers, and his clients have included National Geographic, Nova Scotia Tourism, Parks Canada, and The Globe and Mail. He lives and surfs in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Visit Scott's website at