New book is a food-lover’s guide to British Columbia’s culinary rich region
With decades of culinary experience in the Fraser Valley, local food expert and author, Angie Quaale of Well Seasoned Gourmet Food Store
, releases her first book, Eating Local in the Fraser Valley
, that celebrates the bounty of Canadian food.
Eating Local in the Fraser Valley
May 15, 2018 (Available in Canada)
A cookbook and guidebook combined that highlights the best of the culinary scene in British Columbia’s Fraser Valley, a region located east of Vancouver and north of the
Pre-Order & Advance Pick-Up: Pre-order from Well Seasoned’s online store and enjoy advance in-store pick-up on May 6. Pre-orders for in-store pick-up also receive 10% off ($22.46). Angie will be onsite to sign your pre-ordered copy of the book.
Pre-order for Canada-wide delivery also accepted.
Book launch party at Langley’s Well Seasoned Gourmet Food Store
on Sunday, May 6
. Angie and select producers from Eating Local in the Fraser Valley
will be onsite for book signing. Details to be released.
Featuring more than 70 locally-inspired recipes and 100 culinary destinations in the Fraser Valley, Eating Local in the Fraser Valley invites us to discover the culinary richness of the Fraser Valley that has been built by the dedicated farmers, producers and chefs who live in the region.
This book is not only a celebration of Angie’s passion for local food and community, but also a way to connect us to the farmers, producers and chefs that bring food to our tables each day. Angie has opened the door for us to get to know the wonderful array of food and beverage makers that are in the community.
Highlights of the book include, but are not limited to:
- Road trip ideas to visit 100 food growers, providers and a vast array of culinary destinations in Langley, Abbotsford, Chilliwack, Surrey, Mission, Pitt Meadows, and Maple Ridge.
- Such as: Local farms and orchards, chocolatiers, bakers, artisan cheesemakers, hidden gem restaurants, farmers’ markets, breweries, wineries and more.
- A taste of home: More than 70 unique recipes from the farmers’, chefs’, and producers’ home kitchens.
- Such as: Krause Berry Farms’ Bird’s Nest Cookies, Township 7 Winery’s Lobster Mac and Cheese, Chef Tracey Dueck’s Bumbleberry Pie and more.
Open this book and take a road trip with Angie to the Fraser Valley. From Langley to Abbotsford to Chilliwack, with stops in Surrey, Pitt Meadows, Maple Ridge, and Mission, Angie will guide you through this undiscovered food-lover’s paradise to share stories and anecdotes that introduce you to the people behind them. There’s no doubt that you will fall in love with the people and food of the Fraser Valley.