New England Salmon Pie.  Traditional French Canadian fare I grew up with.  Very good!

New England Salmon Pie

Another one of Moms beautiful Salmon pies she use to make for us kids.But I'd name it New Brunswick Salmon Pie.New England Salmon Pie. Traditional French Canadian fare I grew up with.

Cuire au four à 400°f pendant 10 minutes puis baisser le four à 300°f pendant 30 minutes ou jusqu'à ce que le centre ne fasse plus de bulles...

Recette: Carrés Tarte au Sucre

Real French Crepes- Reminds me of my Mom-a comfort food for me (7 WW PTS)

Real French Crepes basic recipe *You could add a touch of melted butter to the batter (taking out a bit of the milk) and that will help the stickiness problem. **You can add a bit of sugar as well

I have made this one too. A classic French-Canadian recipe from Mme Jehane Benoit. If you want great, traditional (i.e., not diet) food, pick up any of Mme Jehane Benoit's cookbooks.

Quebec Ragout--I have made this one too. A classic French-Canadian recipe from Mme Jehane Benoit. If you want great, traditional (i., not diet) food, pick up any of Mme Jehane Benoit's cookbooks.

Quebec Ragout De Pattes Et Boulettes (pork Hocks Stew And Meatballs) Recipe

Quebec Ragout--I have made this one too. A classic French-Canadian recipe from Mme Jehane Benoit. If you want great, traditional (i., not diet) food, pick up any of Mme Jehane Benoit's cookbooks.

Another sinfully decadent favorite!  Tarte Au Sucre (French-Canadian Sugar Pie) from Food.com:   								No holiday (read: Thanksgiving or Christmas) table would be complete for me without this pie. Yes, it is sweet. Yes, it is rich. Yes, it is wonderful.

Tarte Au Sucre (French-Canadian Sugar Pie)

Tarte Au Sucre (French-Canadian Sugar Pie) Basically a sugar and cream pie.one of my childhood favorites!

Another sinfully decadent favorite!  Tarte Au Sucre (French-Canadian Sugar Pie) from Food.com:   								No holiday (read: Thanksgiving or Christmas) table would be complete for me without this pie. Yes, it is sweet. Yes, it is rich. Yes, it is wonderful.

Tarte Au Sucre (French-Canadian Sugar Pie)

Tarte Au Sucre (French-Canadian Sugar Pie) Basically a sugar and cream pie.one of my childhood favorites!

French canadian Shepherd's pie on BigOven: This is a french canadian traditionnal meal that could be considered as a version of the Shepherd's pie. It is named "Pâté chinois" in french, which could be translated by "Chinese pie" because it is said that in the early 18th century, there was a lot of chinese people coming to Canada to work on the train tracks and the food served on the building sites were mainly made with corn, beef and potatoes, the main ingredients of the "Pâté chinois".

French canadian Shepherd's pie

French Canadian Shepherd's Pie (Pâté Chinois) - yet another version of Shepherd's Pie


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