Hello and welcome to another episode of the podcast – today I’m excited to have an interview with Kris Warman. Kris lives in Atlantic Canada with her large collection of cookbooks. Kris writes about cookbooks on her blog Ship Shape Eatworthy and is a regular contributor for Peddler, a journal that explores the multi-cultures of food, where she writes about her experiences growing up in a Canadian-Ukrainian family. Today on the podcast we talk about Kris’s cookbook collection, her work as a cookbook reviewer and thoughts on what makes a good cookbook, as well as her experience writing for Peddler journal.
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