Exploring Canadian Food

We explore all of the wonderful food that Canada has to offer proving there's more to the country than Canadian bacon and maple syrup.
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Prince Edward Island Fish Cakes

Prince Edward Island Fish Cakes

A line up of libations at Pourhouse in Vancouver (photo by @Trip Styler)…

A line up of libations at Pourhouse in Vancouver (photo by Pendle Vanderbeck Heyrich Triplette Styler)

Korean version of BeaverTails using Canadian flour, maple syrup, blue berry and…

Korean version of BeaverTails using Canadian flour, maple syrup, blue berry and canola oil.

A plate of Canadian breakfast. Photo by Romy Mlinzk. #ExploreCanada

A plate of Canadian breakfast. Photo by Romy Mlinzk.

Baking & Desserts

all-time favourite dessert recipes

Canadian Butter Tarts - The earliest published Canadian recipe is from Barrie, Ontario dating back to 1900 and can be found in The Women’s Auxiliary of the Royal Victoria Hospital Cookbook

Discover the incredible effect international communities have had on Canada's diverse cuisine.

The Story of Canadian Cuisine

Karen Burns-Booth travels across Canada and finds a country rich in regional food and drink on one of the most iconic train journeys in the world, taking her from Toronto to Vancouver over four nights and three days.

Across Canada by Train from Toronto to Vancouver

Via train - the Canadian. Crosses Canada and offers beautiful landscape views and delicious food.

With access to some of the best natural produce in the world, more and more of Canada’s chefs are taking to the countryside and foraging for unique ingredients to add to their dishes. We talk to one of the best.

The Wild Chefs of Canada

With access to some of the best natural produce in the world, more and more of Canada’s chefs are taking to the countryside and foraging for unique ingredients to add to their dishes. We talk to one of the best.

Canada’s restaurant scene is one of the most vibrant and diverse around. With chefs taking inspiration from across the globe with world-class ingredients at their fingertips, intrepid foodies are spoilt for choice. We take a look at five restaurants that are propelling the country’s cuisine to dizzying new heights.

Canada's Best Restaurants

Canada’s restaurant scene is one of the most vibrant and diverse around.

Karen Burns-Booth offers her foodie guide to ‘The Peg’, a city with a vibrant and diverse food scene, as she spends two days there tasting local delicacies and international flavours.

Winnipeg: a foodie’s city guide

Chefs breakfast bacon doughnut eaten by Food Busker chef on his tour of Canada #ExploreCanada

Chefs breakfast bacon doughnut eaten by Food Busker chef on his tour of Canada

Savour fine prairie cuisine beyond Alberta's famous beef - Whether you feel like having a gooey, cheesy grilled sandwich on the street or a feast of Spanish tapas, a tasty potpie from a farm market vendor or sharing a steak around a cool communal table, Calgary's creative chefs can accommodate.

In Alberta you’ll find fantastic chefs, award-winning restaurants, and a true appreciation for a terrific meal.

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