The Purity Cookbook is a Canadian classic, part of the cooking tradition that I grew up with. (Jean Pare)
Elizabeth Driver is an editor and writer who has spent over twenty years researching the culinary history of Canada and Britain. She is fascinated by the history of food and an avid collector of cookbooks and antique kitchenware. Elizabeth lives with her husband and two children in Toronto, where she is the Foodways Program Officer at Mongomery's Inn museum. She demonstrates such historic techniques as cooking on an open hearth, returning home most days with the smell of wood smoke on her clothes.
Exactly like the original I purchased many years ago except it doesn't come with a coil instead of binding. Read morePublished 1 month ago by M A Finch
Almost like the old version I had BUT I much prefer the old one. It had a coiled binding, This one doesn't stay openPublished 3 months ago by Donna Hill
I love it perhaps because it was my first and favorite cookbookPublished 13 months ago by CAROLE M CHRISTLE
I had one in 1967 been using it a lot and told my daughter that I would like another one because using it that long it was starting to look pretty bad so we went online and looked... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Gisele Struthers
Simple, easy to read and I usually have most ingredients in the house. I had this cookbook when it was first published in 1967 and I was so excited to see it in print again,... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Evelyn Scharf