Tourtière, also known as pork pie or meat pie, is a traditional French-Canadian pie served by generations of French-Canadian families throughout Canada and New England. It is made from a combination of ground meat, onions, spices, and herbs baked in a traditional piecrust.

Tourtière: A French-Canadian Meat Pie

a traditional French-Canadian pie served by generations of French-Canadian families throughout Canada and New England. It is made from a combination of ground meat, onions, spices, and herbs baked in a traditional piecrust.

This Easy Caramel Drizzle is the perfect way to top off a big bowl of ice cream or drizzle on a cake.  With only a few ingredients you can make your own ca

Easy Caramel Drizzle

Easy Caramel Drizzle: 1 - 14 ounce can sweetened condensed milk 1 cup light brown sugar, packed 2 tablespoons butter teaspoon vanilla extract

Paté Chinois, a traditional French Canadian Shepherd's Pie

PATE CHINOIS (French Canadian Shepherd’s Pie)

Make 1-ingredient Maple Syrup Snow Candy in your own backyard in 3 simple steps!  A Canadian Winter tradition!  As fun to make as it is to eat! - Happy Hooligans

How to Make Maple Syrup Snow Candy - 3 Simple Steps

March - Maple Syrup Unit Study - Make Maple Syrup Snow Candy in your own backyard in 3 simple steps! A Canadian Winter tradition! As fun to make as it is to eat!

This recipe for these Easy Classic Date Squares is the perfect dessert for your #SundaySupper any time of the year-winter, spring, summer or fall.

Easy Classic Date Squares

This recipe for these Easy Classic Date Squares is the perfect dessert any time of the year-winter, spring, summer or fall.

Canadian Maple Cookies from Food.com: This recipe makes for a simple, maple-rich cookie! Cooking time is calculated on the baking of one sheet of 15 cookies at a time.

Canadian Maple Cookies

This recipe makes for a simple, maple-rich cookie! Cooking time is calculated on the baking of one sheet of 15 cookies at a time. (Sub for rice flour and earth balance butter )

On top of being super polite, Canada is also pretty good at cooking. These are some of their most beloved foods, from poutine to Timbits. (January 2014)

The Only 11 Canadian Foods You'll Ever Need to Eat

On top of being super polite, Canada is also pretty good at cooking. poutine tried it and it was ok. fries,gravy and cheese curds

Pouding Chomeur (poor man's pudding)

Pouding Chomeur (poor man's pudding) - COOKING - This is a traditional french-Canadian dessert that was made during the depression era… the ingredients are simple and were cheap and it is one of thos

Recette québécoise très ancienne: Gâteau à la cassonade - Brown sugar cake (very old French Canadian recipe) www.catherinecuisine.com

Brown sugar cake (very old French Canadian recipe) recipe is in French, but English version is at the bottom; just scroll down

la tire d'erable

Boil 1 c maple syrup for Pour into heat-resistant container (Pyrex measuring cup). Pour into snow-filled casserole dish. Remove with fork.

A true staple in Quebec, Pouding Chomeur is a moist vanilla cake cooked in its very own creamy maple sauce. As easy to make as it is delicious to eat!

Pouding Chomeur with Pure Maple Syrup

A true staple in Quebec, Pouding Chomeur is a moist vanilla cake cooked in its very own creamy maple sauce.

Hot maple syrup on snow...

Hot maple taffy on snow.Reduce maple syrup over steady heat to the soft ball stage, pour long strips on the snow, let it harden slightly and wrap on a stick. This is what living in Vermont will make you want.

pâté chinois

Minted lamb potato-top bake recipe - By New Zealand Woman's Weekly, Add your own twist to shepherd’s pie -- try kumara mash and minted peas.

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