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October 9, 2014 Comments (2) Views: 2547 Good Food Books

Squash Cook

Rob Firing loves squash

Rob Firing loves squash so much he wrote a book about it. The Everyday Squash Cook, co-written with Ivy and Kerry Knight, is a distillation of Firing’s passion for what he calls, in its subtitle, ‘The World’s Most Versatile Superfood’. Both a field guide and a manual of technique, The Everyday Squash Cook is full of recipes for every season and palate, using all manner of curcubita from acorn to zucchini. It’s comprehensive and exhaustive. It’s also, like its authors, a lot of fun, and mixes traditional recipes with innovative applications from burgers to brownies. In the run-up to Canadian Thanksgiving, I met Rob Firing to shoot the video below about his squash cookbook in the Toronto offices of HarperCollins, where he is the head of their publicity department, and more used to arranging interviews with Jamie Oliver or Nigella Lawson than being on the business end of a camera himself.


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Malcolm Jolley is a founding editor of Good Food Revolution and Executive Director of Good Food Media, the company that publishes it. Follow him on Twitter or Facebook.

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2 Responses to Squash Cook

  1. Update: Rob will be speaking about squash, and signing books tomorrow, Saturday, October 11, at the Evergreen Brick Works at 9:30 and 11am.

  2. rachel says:

    He’ll also be dishing out some yummy squash soup at the Kitchen Intervention (where the talk and book signing will be)

    Kitchen Interventions @ the Evergreen Brickworks Farmers’ Market are mini-educational presentations that engage market goers in becoming participants in building stronger regional food systems that promotes environmental integrity.

    Experts speak on food & farming issues with the goal of providing the community with information and tools to make better food choices on that specific topic.

    “You, as a food buyer, have the distinct privilege of proactively participating in shaping the world your children will inherit” Joel Salatin

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