87 minutes | Jul 1, 2021

Episode 18 - Oh, Canada!

Happy Canada Day! For this special "Road Trip Edition"* first episode of Season 3, Sarah and her guest, Saskatchewan school teacher Kelsie Lonie, discuss the significant food relationship between the United States and Canada during World War II. They explore Canadian food rationing, propaganda, and the not-so-friendly lobster market in Maine. They dig into some wartime Canadian recipes (Butter Tarts, here we come!) and the Canadian Farmerettes get some well-deserved limelight. *This episodes is longer than most and perfect for a road trip! It also pays tribute to the great distances Canadians have to travel to visit any WWII sites, memorials, or events in their country.  To see all the extra goodies related to this episode including recipes, head on over to www.victorykitchenpodcast.com. This podcast needs YOUR support! Your generosity not only gives Sarah warm fuzzies of joy, it also helps her source the very best research materials to make each episode the best it can be. To share your love for her work and to sustain future episodes, go to anchor.fm/victorykitchenpodcast and click on Support. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/victorykitchenpodcast/support
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