2 photographs : b&w (1 negative) ; 13 x 18 cm and 13 x 9 cm
Bonnie Stern (b. 1946) is a graduate of University of Toronto and George Brown College. She has studied cooking in France, Italy, Taiwan, Thailand, Japan, India and the United States. Stern founded The Bonnie Stern School of Cooking and Cookware Shop in Toronto in 1973. She teaches cooking classes and hosts an informative website featuring recipes, food news, and a web store. The Bonnie Stern School of Cooking has earned an international reputation that reflects both Stern's culinary excellence and her widespread experience studying with food specialists from around the world.
Stern has authored 12 cookbooks and is a member of several culinary organizations including the International Association of Cooking Professionals, the James Beard Foundation and Cuisine Canada. Stern has received awards from the Toronto Culinary Guild, the Ontario Hostelry Institute, The International Association of Culinary Professionals, The Cambridge Food and Wine Society and Cuisine Canada. Her CKFM Cookbook (Cooking with Bonnie Stern) raised money for the Hospital for Sick Children and her three HeartSmart cookbooks raised money for The Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada. She helped bring Share Our Strength's "Taste of the Nation" hunger relief fundraising event to Toronto and has supported the work of Second Harvest, Toronto's food recovery program, for fifteen years.
Stern is married to Dr. Raymond H. Rupert, founder of Rupert Case Management and they have three children.
Scope and Content
The item is a portrait of a 6 year old girl who is seated on a ledge with a bandaid on her knee while holding a ball.
This negative has two images on it.
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