Diet for a Small Planet is my other classic cookbook. It was first published in 1971 and I must have purchased it not much later, even before I was married. I got the paperback edition, which didn’t stand up to wear and tear too well. So, I replaced it with the 20th anniversary edition in 1991. Twenty years later this one is also held together with tape and a prayer.
It is a slim volume, less than 70 pages, containing 49 recipes contributed by members of the Parkdale community.
It was published in 2008 as a fundraising project of the Parkdale Activity and Recreation Centre.