Pump up the Party With Cheesy Poutine Poppers
There's a lot to love about poutine, the Canadian dish of brown gravy- and cheese curd-topped fries. But it's not exactly a good finger food at a party, unless you like the idea of dozens of gravy-coated fingers being wiped on the couch. Well, we'd like to introduce the solution to that problem: the Poutine Popper.
About Curling - irish-curling.org
Curling is generally believed to have originated in the 16th century in either Scotland or the lowland countries of mainland Europe. Regardless of which country which gave us the sport, the game as we know it today and its spread around … Continue reading →
Curling Stone Sandwich Cakes | Canadian Living
Make your own gold medal–winning curling stones by sandwiching a cool, minty filling between two soft, cakey, chocolaty cookies and topping them with a gummy handle. If the coating chocolate is a little too thick to spread, stir in a few drops of vegetable oil to thin it.