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JOIN food, arts and culture reporter Eva Wasney for the launch of Homemade: Recipes and Stories from Winnipeg and Beyond Sept. 15, at McNally Robinson Booksellers.

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JOIN food, arts and culture reporter Eva Wasney for the launch of Homemade: Recipes and Stories from Winnipeg and Beyond Sept. 15, at McNally Robinson Booksellers.

Homemade is a community cookbook celebrating the 150th anniversary of the Winnipeg Free Press. With archival stories about the paper’s long tradition of food journalism and 150 recipes submitted by cooks from across the province, it is a potluck of epic proportions.

Hosted by Free Press columnist Jen Zoratti, the event will include a conversation about the project and a Q&A. The hybrid book launch will take place in-person starting at 7 p.m. in the atrium of McNally Robinson, 1120 Grant Ave., and livestreamed on YouTube.

Homemade is available now for pre-order. Visit wfp.to/Homemade to reserve your copy today.

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