How an epic cross-Canada foodie voyage ended in this gorgeous new cookbook

A pair of writers visited all of Canada's provinces and territories, collecting what they learned in a sumptuous book. They talk about some of the coolest discoveries they made along the way.

When Lindsay Anderson and Dana VanVeller set out to travel across the country and explore Canadian cuisine, they weren’t exactly sure where the road would take them. Five months and 37,000 kilometres later, they had gathered countless stories, delicious recipes and gorgeous photography from all corners of the country, the best of which are beautifully displayed in their new book, Feast: Recipes and Stories from a Canadian Road Trip. Anderson and VanVeller stopped by the Chatelaine kitchen to talk about their coolest discoveries along the way.

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