Canadian butter tarts with maple syrup

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

Hard and Sweet bread...a Newfoundland food tradition! Used in the traditional Fish & Brewis meal.

NEWFOUNDLAND: Hard and Sweet bread.a Newfoundland food tradition! Used in the traditional Fish & Brewis meal.

Blueberry bison burgers! Going to try this with ground beef (so lucky that all beef in New Zealand is grass-fed, don't know how I'm going to manage when we get back to Canada!).

Blueberry Bison Burgers

Blueberry Bison Burgers Native Americans frequently used wild blueberries to flavor bison meat!

Interesting - Maple Canadian Bacon Nanaimo Bars Recipe

Sweet and Salty: Closeup on the Maple Canadian Bacon Nanaimo Bars Recipe

Seeking Sweetness in Everyday Life - CakeSpy - Sweet and Salty: Closeup on the Maple Canadian Bacon Nanaimo Bars Recipe

Oatmeal Bannock "The Scottish type uses oat flour these days, sometimes exclusively, while the Irish use mostly wheat flour.  Wales today brings us the barley flour variation, and the version that grew up across the pond in Canada relies on corn meal.... ...it’s nearly impossible to pick a recipe that gives you The One True Bannock; therefore, I’ve decided to give a nod to the bread’s native land, and make a modern Scottish-style bannock." - A Bread A Day

Oatmeal Bannock "The Scottish type uses oat flour these days, sometimes exclusively, while the Irish use mostly wheat flour. Wales today brings us the barley flour variation, and the version that grew up across the pond in Canada relies on corn meal.... ...it’s nearly impossible to pick a recipe that gives you The One True Bannock; therefore, I’ve decided to give a nod to the bread’s native land, and make a modern Scottish-style bannock." - A Bread A Day

Beaver Tails...I love this topping... hazelnut spread and bananas. Very hard to find unless you are in Eastern Ontario or Quebec.

Had one of these bad boys at the top of Blue Mountain yesterday, perfect treat for a perfect day of skiing!

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.

Choke cherry - Prunus virginiana - The Hardy Fruit Tree Nursery

Holy S! Are you kidding me?! Late in the evening, the Make-your-own Poutine station comes out at the wedding. Done!

Poutine at a wedding?!?!

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.

Persians from the Persian Man, a honey glazed bun, deep fried in a doughnut vat then iced with fluffy cherry sugar icing.

Akutaq or agutak (ᐊᑯᑕᖅ), also known as Eskimo ice cream, is a common food in western Alaska, consisting of whipped fat mixed with berries, w...

Akutaq - "Eskimo Icecream" is a common traditional aboriginal dish of Northern Canada. Local berries are mixed with fat, snow, and a little sugar, to create this unique dessert

Red-and-white Canada Day cake! For places in Ontario to find delicious treats: http://www.summerfunguide.ca/09/farms-pyo-artisanal-foods-markets.html

Canada Day Cake, July with strawberries

The Best Restaurants in Toronto Canada Lahori Pakistani chicken kebabs. These are my fav!

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