Canadians might be looking for new cooking projects right now. Luckily, there's a new free cookbook available for download. However, if you can't eat dairy, you might want to steer clear.\nTre Stelle announced the launch of its new collection of recipes in a June 4 news release. The book, titled Say Cheese! 60 Years of Canadians Cooking with Cheese is a collection of recipes submitted by people across the country.\nThe book is being released to celebrate the brand's 60 years in business. They received over 3000 submissions for inclusion.\nRecipes in the book range from appetizers to main courses and even desserts all made with cheese.\nBasically, this book is a lactose intolerant person's nightmare. For everyone who has no problems with dairy, there are plenty of diverse dishes to choose from.\nThese include a simple marinated mozzarella and bocconcini for snacking, a perfect cheesy mashed potato dish, and burfi, an Indian sweet that can be made with paneer.\nIt also includes helpful tips from professional Canadian chefs on how to maximize your cheese prowess in the kitchen.\nDigital copies of the book can be downloaded for free, or you can buy a hardcover edition for $39.95. It's available in both English and French editions.\nView this post on Instagram Try this delectable summer dessert with creamy Tre Stelle Mascarpone as a pie or parfait! Pie or parfait? You decide 👉 #MakeItYours A post shared by Tre Stelle (@trestellecheese) on Jul 16, 2019 at 6:49am PDT\n"In these challenging times, Canadians are cooking at home more than ever," Eric Elmhirst, President and CEO of Arla Foods said in a statement.\n"We want to support this community of sharing by giving all Canadians free access to this very special cookbook featuring recipes made with the ultimate comfort food: cheese!"\nView this post on Instagram Let the delicious flavours of Tre Stelle Mozzarella and Sautéed Cherry Tomatoes melt in your mouth with this refreshing summer dish. Try it with peppers, too! #MakeItYours Tomatoes or peppers? You decide ➡️ . . . #aloveaffairwithcheese #trestelle A post shared by Tre Stelle (@trestellecheese) on Jun 17, 2019 at 8:10am PDT\nCooking at home has become more important than ever, even as restaurants continue to offer takeout during the global pandemic.\nCanadian grocery stores were even selling out of certain items like flour and yeast early on due to the high demand for baking ingredients.