Poutine - A delicious, classic Canadian dish made from French fries, cheese curds and gravy!  Pure comfort food!


Poutine - A delicious, classic Canadian dish made from French fries, cheese curds and gravy! (How To Make Gravy For Poutine)

The Best Tourtière Recipe! French Canadian Meat Pie.

The Best Tourtière (French-Canadian Meat Pie)

Tourtière is a meat pie - lightly spiced ground pork layered between flaky pastry. This is a traditional dish fondly served throughout Québec during the Holidays

Paté Chinois, a traditional French Canadian Shepherd's Pie

PATE CHINOIS (French Canadian Shepherd’s Pie)

Tourtiere and creton/gorton ; my husband mother loves this recipe is a tradition for them in Maine.

Tourtiere (meat pie) and Creton recipes. my grandma used to make the meat pie when I was a child, can't wait to make these!

These delicious Old Fashioned Butter Tarts are made from scratch. Flaky, buttery tart shell are the key to making the best butter tarts ever!

This Old Fashioned Butter Tart recipe is perfect butter tart recipe with sweet, slightly runny filling and flaky melt in your mouth pastry.

Two Minutes Of Canada. This Video Will Put A Smile On Your Face.

The makers of this video asked Canadians to share clips of their best travel experiences.

Poutine Recipe


Poutine Recipe (Thankfully for those of us stateside craving obscenely indulgent poutine, it’s no longer a relatively little-known Canadian delicacy.

The only 11 Canadian foods you'll ever need to eat

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

Ployes grew up with an Acadian Mom we used these as bread.  For instance we would use these with a fried trout dinner with buttered ployes. Or with baked beans or as a breakfast "pancake".    Love them  still buy the mix when I travel through Maine.

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.

Catholic Cuisine: La Tire de Ste. Catherine

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.