It’s here! My second cookbook is out today! The Prairie Table has over 100 recipes straight from my kitchen to yours, all types of delicious recipes that we as a family eat and serve to our guests.
I am THRILLED to have an entire chapter full of Ukrainian recipes, from my Baba’s secret perogy recipe, to the delicious cabbage rolls you see on the cover, I even have nalysnyky ( Ukrainian cottage cheese crepes) which are my very favorite dish to make, I will choose them every time, even over homemade perogies believe it or not! I couldn’t have done this chapter without my Mom’s help as these are recipes that my family just “knows” and had to be translated into actual measurements for you to make at home.
I have family friendly meals, desserts, party foods and since I heard from SO many of you with my first book Flapper Pie and a Blue Prairie Sky that you wanted more cocktails, Mr Magpie has his own chapter at the back of the book that is ALL cocktails for you to enjoy!
I’ll also be doing signings in Edmonton (and more to come across Canada, don’t worry.. I’ll let you know when!). I’d love to meet you and sign your book (they also make great gifts for birthdays, Christmas and more!) so please do come out to see me!
Edmonton Launch Event:
You can swing by anytime during the event or respond on Facebook here to let them know you’re coming.
Check out the book on Penguin Random House HERE.
You can buy my new cookbook most places that books are sold!
Buy it on Amazon HERE
Buy it on Barnes and Noble HERE
Buy it on Indigo Chapters HERE
Thank you everyone for your many years of amazing support here on The Kitchen Magpie, I am so glad to get another cookbook out for you all to enjoy! You are the BEST! If you buy it, pretty please make sure to leave a review for it!
If you have any questions about the content just email me ( because no matter how hard we try or how many editors and proofreaders we have, there are always errors because = human) and I will get back to you!
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Joan Gara Regan says
Thank-you for your wanderful website. I reference your site often, when I don’t want to dig through my cookbooks for my flagged recipes. Those old cookbooks are falling apart. Most are from the Ashville, Pine River, Zoria, Gilbert Plains and Dauphin area church books. I am from Ashville, Ethelbert area. One thing I did notice you really don’t much for the old traditional Ukrainian dishes (I believe you are of Ukrainian decent), such as Nylysnyky , Hyshky, Holopche, Pumpushky etc. It would be nice to have that collection handy for the younger people. Keep the heritage. I know them all by heart, but if you ever need, my sister and I have a lot of the traditional stuff. Only thing we don’t do is headcheese from pig’s heads !!!!
I stumbled on The Flapper Pie & a Blue Prairie Sky at Indigo, intrigued by the name-my mother used to make Flapper Pie when I was a kid, pretty much the best pie in the world thank you, totally thrilled when I discovered the book was by a “local” girl, I’m from Red Deer (close enough I figure) and then the best discovery of all- the recipes. The book is not corner crunched or splattered not because it’s not well used but because it’s precious and I protect it when in use. Awe now the new book The Prairie Table, I’m not ashamed to say I stalked Indigo both online and at the brick and mortar shop, the ink was barely dry before I had it in my hot little hands. Fabulous recipes – loved the glimpses of your home decor especially the bar, actually a beautiful book both inside and out. Your books make us all Prairie Proud. Well Done You!!!