I never even heard of pierogi until I met my Canadian husband in college. I know, I was missing out! Up until now, I always boiled pierogi then fried them in some butter. I think this recipe is t...

I'm not sure what exactly "pierogies" are but this Bacon Pierogi Bake includes a creamy sauce, topped with bacon, cheese and green onions. Clearly this recipe is for dinner

Guinness and Corned Beef Poutine. Poutine is a dish consisting of french fries topped with cheese curds and gravy..addictive

Corned Beef Poutine with Guinness Gravy

Guinness and Corned Beef Poutine - Crispy french fries topped with melting cheese curds, corned beef and a tasty Guinness gravy!

Authentic Canadian Poutine, unadulterated pleasure at its best! Find this recipe and more at halfbakedharvest.com

Authentic Canadian Poutine

Donair sauce is a popular deliciously creamy and sweet garlic sauce that many East Coast Canadians like to put on cheesy garlic fingers (like garlic bread) or on our famous Donairs.

Atlantic Canadian Donair Sauce is a popular deliciously creamy and sweet garlic sauce that many East Coast Canadians like to put on cheesy garlic fingers (like garlic bread) or on our famous Donairs.

Canada is home to some seriously good treats. These Nanaimo squares from British Columbia are hard to resist!

Recipe: Nanaimo Bars — The Canadian Treat

BRITISH COLUMBIA: Canada is home to some seriously good treats. These Nanaimo squares from British Columbia are hard to resist!

Easy Homemade Beaver Tails - just like the ones you buy on the Canal!!

Beaver Tails: a treat when at Canada& Wonderland or while skating on the Rideau Canal. Now here& step by step instructions for Easy Homemade Beaver Tails!

Poor mans Pudding Cake (Pouding Chomeur) on BigOven: A traditional French-Canadian recipe that is very common in Quebec. A syrupy pudding with a cakey topping. Very sweet. French: Pouding chômeur

Poor man's Pudding Cake (Pouding Chomeur)

Poor mans Pudding Cake (Pouding Chomeur) on BigOven: A traditional French-Canadian recipe that is very common in Quebec. A syrupy pudding with a cakey topping.

"This pudding appears to have been invented in the French speaking part of Canada during the Great Depression as a way to use stale bread and cheap ingredients. The name literally means 'unemployed pudding'. However over time it has become more luxurious and is now a signature dish of Quebec." - Matt Preston

Pouding chomeur (maple and pecan pudding)

Pouding Chomeur (Unemployment Pudding): Quebec maple syrup cake originally made with stale bread.

The Sandwich and the Setting Are Special at Wilensky's in Montreal

The Sandwich and the Setting Are Special at Wilensky's in Montreal

On an unassuming corner in the Mile End district of Montreal sits an institution called Wilensky's Light Lunch. Famed for a sandwich called the Wilensky Special (more on that in just a minute), Wilensky's has a history worth revisiting.

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