Archive: Country Matters - Summer Cookbook

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Many urbanites dream of buying a house in the country. Former city mouse -- and current editor-in-chief of Simon and Schuster -- Michael Korda and his wife embarked on their adventure in country living in 1979. His new book "Country Matters" chronicles the often-hilarious results of life in the country. And Jane Rodmell, author of Cottage Life's "Summer Weekends Cookbook" will drop by to answer the dreaded: "What are we eating?" This show contains 1 field piece called "Quilts" produced by Studio2. Show is phone-in based, and viewers can also participate via e-mail.
Aug 02, 2001
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The latest coronavirus updates from across the province.

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