Sweet and Salty: Closeup on the Maple Canadian Bacon Nanaimo Bars Recipe — Jessie Unicorn Moore
CakeSpy Note: by popular request, here's an individual post, all on its own ( originally part of this massive Nanaimo Bar oeuvre) , for the Maple Canadian Bacon Nanaimo Bars. Um, plus I thought it would make for a great entry in the Denny's / Foodbuzz Baconalia challenge for a c
CHOKE CHERRY: For many Native American tribes of Canada and the United States, chokecherries were the most important fruit in their diets. The bark of chokecherry root was once made into an asperous-textured concoction used to ward off or treat colds, fever and stomach maladies by native Americans. The chokecherry fruit can be used to make a tasty jam, jelly, or syrup, but the bitter nature of the fruit requires sugar to sweeten the preserves.
The Persian - delicious donut with the pink icing!! Only to be found in Thunder Bay - home of the Persian! It was so shocking when I moved from my home town, to find out that in the rest of the world, these were unknown.
Lobster Roll - originally invented in Connecticut, U.S, it is a sandwich filled with lobster meat soaked in butter and served on a steamed hot dog bun or similar roll. Is part of a staple summer meal throughout the Maritime provinces in Canada.