Judy Ink - the food blog of Judy Schultz
Books by Judy Schultz

Nibbles and Feasts: A Book of Eating, by Judy Schultz
Treefrog Press
Judy’s first book might easily have been called “Forks on the Road," but that title had already been used. Her collection of food and travel inspired essays, ranging from Italy to France, the Canadian prairies to China, are written for the love of food and cooking.  There’s an inspired recipe or two attached to each essay.


The Best of Seasons Menu Cookbook
Red Deer College Press
This was Judy’s second cookbook, a year of menus, essays and recipes. It won several design awards, and featured the beautiful food art of the late John Butler, chef, teacher, traveller, Jesse Cook fan.  


From the Garden: Great Vegetbale Cooking from Market to Table
Red Deer College Press
Judy’s third cookbook featured more of her wonderful essays, an alphabetical smorgasbord of vegetables with market information and recipes, and six exquisite paintings by one of Canada’s pre-eminent still-life artists, Vivian Thierfelder.


Looking for China: Reflections on a Silk Road
Red Deer College Press
  As a journalist, Judy’s solo travels in and out of Mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan produced an award-winning collection of travel essays about the people and places she found along the way. Asia Pacific Fellowship for Journalists.


Mamie’s Children: Three Generations of Prairie Women
Red Deer College Press
  Funny, tender, angry, informative, a love letter to the prairies and the women who lived there. Mamie’s Children is part history, part memoir. Alberta Writers Guild non-fiction award; short-listed for Governor General’s Award.


The Food Lovers Trail Guide to Alberta, Vol. 1
The Food Lovers Trail Guide to Alberta, Vol. 2

Blue Couch Books
  Both volumes, co-written with fellow food lover Mary Bailey, were authoritative guides to eating well in Alberta. Both books became immediate best-sellers.


An Appetite for Life
Company’s Coming
  This is the fascinating biography of Jean Pare, the woman behind the international best-selling series, Company’s Coming.


Which Came First? The Egg, Of Course
Friesen Printers
  The history of Alberta’s thriving poultry business comes alive in this, the story of Lilydale, the Alberta farmers poultry co-op that kept Great Britain supplied with powdered eggs during the Second World War. It's a fascinating slice of Canada's agricultural past, present and future.


Freddy’s War (publication date Sept., 2011)
Brindle and Glass
  Judy’s first novel is a searing look at what war does to those who fight it, and to the people who become collateral damage. Freddy’s War is a sweeping novel, moving swiftly through southern China and Hong Kong and across Canada's western prairies, painting a vivid and moving picture of a young soldier and the three women who love him. 


No Longer in Print:
  The Best of Seasons Cookbook
Dining Out in Edmonton, three editions
Dining Out in Calgary and Edmonton, three editions, with Bernice Evans