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Do you want to learn how to make perogies? This colourful illustrated guide created by Alberta artist, Nancy Nickolson, will show you how! Its accordion-style design makes it spring-loaded, ready to burst open with an array of beautifully hand-painted artworks. It includes a full recipe and instructions to make a batch of 36 perogies, plus all the instructions.

It fits nicely into any standard recipe box and opens up to its full size to reveal a long table showing the steps to assembling these tasty potato pillows! The paper is also finished with a special matte laminate, so if you accidently get a bit of food on it, you can wipe it off!

Isn't it making you hungry just thinking about it?!

Measures 3.4"x4" when folded, 8"x17"  when unfolded
Printed in Edmonton


About the Artist:

Nancy Nickolson (she/her) is an Alberta artist and educator from Amiskwaciwâskahikan (Edmonton) living on Treaty 6 territory.

Nancy's art can be described as whimsical and nostalgic. She loves to create artwork that captures small, beautiful, timeless moments such as the making of a family recipe, learning an old-world skill from a grandparent, or embroidering a cultural pattern. She believes that memory-making traditions are special pieces of who we are. One painting at a time, Nancy connects past with present.

Nancy's artworks are primarily created with gouache paint, matte opaque pigments with powerful, bright colours.

Nancy earned her Bachelor of Fine Art in Art in Design from the University of Alberta and her Post Baccalaureate Diploma in Heritage Resources Management from Athabasca University. She has illustrated for many publications, including the marvelous children s book, Alphabet Stage. In 2022, her " How to Perogy " illustrated recipe guide received national acclaim as she raised funds for humanitarian aid in Ukraine. Nancy s artwork is on permanent public display at the University of Alberta and can be found in private collections around the world.

When Nancy is not painting, she sews her own vintage-inspired dresses, cuddles dogs, or hunts for treasure in small-town Alberta thrift stores.

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