Canada: Pea Soup & Beavertails

With an eye on the estimated $235 million to be spent this year by U.S. tourists in Canada, the Dominion was determined to be the good host. For Courtesy to Tourists Week, the Junior Chamber of Commerce put on its best smile. In Ontario, the Department of Travel and Publicity got down to fundamentals. It bought 1,000 copies of a cookbook to pass out free to tourist camps and small hotels, "to raise the standard of food served as an added attraction to tourists."

The cookbook, 100 to Dinner (University of Toronto Press; $3.50), was an up-dater of a manual put together...

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