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Italian Kitchen serves up cookbook

The Italian Kitchen is busy preparing its upcoming cookbook, which is set for release in December. Pictured is the restaurant’s jambalaya. - Stephen McCourt Photo
The Italian Kitchen is busy preparing its upcoming cookbook, which is set for release in December. Pictured is the restaurant’s jambalaya.
— image credit: Stephen McCourt Photo

Brad Brousseau and Katie Bellamy, owners of  Vernon’s Italian Kitchen, are in the process of photographing the restaurant’s new cookbook, Italian Kitchen Company Classics.

In addition to the Kitchen’s Mediterranean-inspired dishes, the book will have a section called customer favourites, and the restaurant team is inviting clientele to submit there favourite dishes. Those selected will be treated to dinner at The Italian Kitchen.

Printing of the book is being done by The UPS store in Vernon, which is operated by Bellamy, and is scheduled for December. It will be available at the restaurant and UPS.

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