Take a page from these homegrown chefs with their latest cookbooks.

Canadian cuisine can be enigmatic. Moose burgers and beer? Ice wine and butter tarts? Sockeye salmon and rye whisky? Each delicious in its own way, but we've evolved beyond these iconic Canuck eats.

From farm to table, locavorism and molecular gastronomy to top chefs lauded around the globe, we've got it all. Here, a few cookbooks dedicated to True North food that will make perfect reads for your resident chef.

After the success of Amy Rosen's Toronto Cooks: 100 Signature Recipes from the City's Best Restaurants in 2014, a few equally enthusiastic food writers couldn't resist following suit. Enter Ottawa Cooks: Signature Recipes from the Finest Chefs of Canada's Capital Region by Anne DesBrisay; and Edmonton Cooks: Signature Recipes from the City's Best Chefs by Tina Faiz and Leanne Brown. Both feature top chefs in their respective cities, enriched by our country's strong multi-cultural heritage, along with prep tips and a few cocktail recipes. Cheers!

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