Canadian Maple Pie... this pie was a special pie to celebrate quebec's 400th anniversary. It is a bit expensive to make as it calls for 12oz. pure maple syrup. It only has 4 ingredients so it's relatively easy just make sure you CONSTANTLY stir. It has a strong caramel flavor in my opinion and is best very cold w/ whipped cream. My dad and I really enjoyed it.
The Best Classic Canadian Butter Tarts - a keeper recipe!
The Best Classic Canadian Butter Tarts - there's a reason why we have a national obsession with these sweet, buttery, caramel-y tarts. I've sampled them in many places across the country and this thick pastry version is my favorite. Don't do the raisin debate, just leave them out if they are not your thing. Everyone should be able to enjoy them as they like them.
Holiday baking traditions: Tourtière
Réveillon! What would the Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve feasts in Canada – Réveillon – be without tourtière, the classic meat pie beloved of Quebeçois and French-Canadians everywhere? And this isn't a strictly Canadian treat. Ex-pats in northern New England and upstate New York, both of which claim a border with French-speaking Canada, guard their family tourtière recipes just as secretively as do bakers in Montreal and Quebec City.
Authentic Canadian Poutine Recipe
Learn how to make real poutine at home with my Authentic Canadian Poutine Recipe. I will show you how to make it, as well as explaining exactly what exactly poutine is, for the uninitiated.
Sucre à la creme
(In the 70ties) This recipe for *Sucre a la creme* (I didn’t wanted to translate the name because it’s my dad’s recipe and he speaks french!) is a family recipe as old as the eart…