Ploye ~ a delicious buckwheat crepe from the Madawaska region of New Brunswick, Canada and Northern Maine. Eaten at meals like bread, spread with butter, dipped in gravy or served as dessert with molasses. In the spring, served with maple syrup.
Making la tire de Ste. Catherine is a French-Canadian tradition that began when St. Marguerite Bourgeoys, founder of the Congregation of Notre Dame, made these sweet candies each year on November to attract young students to her school.