My Books

NEW! COMING SEPTEMBER 01, 2018

OUT  OF  OLD  ONTARIO  KITCHENS

with MacIntyre Purcell Publishing Inc.


Books

Sir John's Table cover
Sir John’s Table: The Culinary Life and Times of Canada’s First Prime Minister, by Lindy Mechefske, Goose Lane Editions, Sept 2015, Reprinted August 2017.

Winner of the Taste Canada Gold Award for Culinary Narratives 2016

 



A Taste of Wintergreen, by Lindy Mechefske, Wintergreen Studios Press, 2011

 

 

 

 

 

 


Inclusions in Anthologies

“Food and Ritual” in Emerging Ritual in Secular Societies: A Transdisciplinary Conversation, edited by Jeltje Gordon Lennox, February 2017

“Observations on Resistance,” in Writing at Wintergreen, edited by Helen Humphreys, Wintergreen Studios Press, December 2012

“The Arsonist” in That Not Forgotten, edited by Bruce Kauffman, Hidden Brook Press, June 2012

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2 thoughts on “My Books

  1. Hi Lindy: Congrats. It’s good to see that your second book will be out soon.
    Did Sir John A. like Jamaican food? His wife (2nd wife) was Jamaican, so, being of Jamaican background myself, I wonder if that changed his diet at all. (I don’t mean the drinking, though she apparently did a lot to curb it.) Congrats again!

    1. Thank you so much Cynthia. Interesting that you are of Jamaican background. I have a cousin born there though I’ve never been and really must. Agnes was Jamaican-born but mostly very English. Apparently she was entirely lacking in culinary imagination! And though, yes, she tried to curb John A. of his egregious drinking problem – she didn’t have a lot of luck. He was such a character – terribly flawed but fascinating.

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