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'BRITISH AND OVERSEAS DISHES'

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VI Mrs. KATHLEEN BOWKER : ' Canadian Favourites '
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MRS. KATHLEEN BOWKER is a Canadian and. like most Canadian housewives, she takes a real pride in knowing all about domestic matters. so that Bho is well versed in Canadian cooking. Further; she has lived both in the prairies and in the large Canadian cities, so that her knowledge is not confined to either the urban or the rural cuisine. At the request of the Canadian Trade Commission, she wroto The Maple Leaf Canadian Recipe Book ': she has also written household and cookery pages in several Canadian and English publications. Last winter she gavo a series of talks on Canadian cookery at various places in England, including Bristol, Torquay, Plymouth, Exeter, and Swansea. In these lectures she not only talked, but demonstrated the cooking of Canadian dishes on tho platform and distributed them to the audience.

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