Anita Stewart, C.M., LLD (Hon), M.A. (Gastronomy), P.Ag (Hon) (1947-2020) was a renowned food writer and activist known for bringing national and international attention to Canadian Cuisine. She was the Food Laureate at the University of Guelph. Gifted from Anita Stewart, this fonds consists of manuscripts, publicity, and reviews of her books and other projects including The Farmers' Market Cook Book, The Country Inns Cook Book, Fodor's Guide to the Inns of Canada, A Taste for Comfort, Great Canadian Cuisine, and Flavours of Canada; professional correspondence; articles and their manuscripts; photographs; and other materials relating to her professional career as a culinary advocate and activist. Also included is her work as Founder and Executive Director of Cuisine Canada and Founder of Food Day Canada/The World's Longest Barbecue, including materials from 1982.
Types of Materials
- Electronic Records
- Published Material
- Unpublished Material and Manuscripts
35 boxes, 4.61 meters
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