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The national dish(es) of Canada include(s): Poutine (Province of Quebec), Pancakes with maple syrup, Beaver tail (pastry), Butter Tarts, Nanaimo Bar, Salt cod (Province of Newfoundland and Labrador), and Pemmican.
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Oh, it's big all right. Damn big. And we're not referring to Canada's size (a whopping 10 million sq km, making it the world's second-largest country). What we're talking about here is the ... More »


... considered the following to be the Canadian national dish, with maple syrup likely above all the other foods if ...


Canada's culinary contributions range from centuries-old savoury soups to rich desserts with mysterious histories. Here are 10 truly Canadian foods and the best  ...


26 Canadian Foods You Need To Try. You're not living if you're living without poutine and Nanaimo bars. Posted on July 1, 2014, at 12:35 p.m..


Mar 18, 2013 ... From Montreal's smoked deli meat to Prince Edward Island's world-famous potatoes, Canadians have a huge choice of local foods to ...


Nov 29, 2016 ... From classic Nanaimo bars to Swiss Chalet's rotisserie chicken, some foods are just iconic to Canadian cuisine. Prepare your own versions at ...


Jan 23, 2017 ... Saturated in hundreds of years of history, French-Canadian cooking is rich with history, culture and flavour. If you can't make to the province ...


Sep 17, 2014 ... From butter tarts to blueberries, we've rounded up the best eats of our great land from coast to coast.


Aug 3, 2012 ... Figgy duff, Saskatoon berry pie, and split pea soup are just a few of our tasty exports.