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Common contenders as the Canadian national food include: Poutine · Butter tarts · Kraft Dinner. According to ...

26 Canadian Foods You Need To Try - BuzzFeed


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

Great Canadian foods - Poutine, Montreal bagels, ketchup chips ...


Also, poutine. And bagels that are arguably better than New York's. These are the 11 most delicious Canadian contributions to the food world. Your welcome.

Canadian Food: The Most 'Canadian' Foods Include Bacon, Poutine ...


Mar 18, 2013 ... But when does food actually become "Canadian"? Being invented here is a start. In the 1950s, Quebecers reportedly invented poutine, though ...

10 Must-Try Canadian Dishes (and Where to Find Them) (1/10 ...


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  ...

12 foods Canada has given the world (besides poutine) - Macleans.ca


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

Patriotic Pantry: 10 Classic Canadian Foods for Canada Day | W Dish


Oh Canada, our home and hungry land! What do we love more than food? Canadian food. We've gathered 10 of our favourite Canadian dishes to get you in the ...

Welcome to the Canadian Food Inspection Agency - Canadian Food ...


6 days ago ... Food recalls and allergy alerts issued by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency, Government of Canada to warn the public about food safety ...

Canadian Foods » J.J.'s Complete Guide to Canada


In a multi-ethnic, restaurant-heavy country like Canada, it can sometimes be a bit of a challenge to define what exactly “Canadian food” is. In general, most ...

Canadian Recipes - Allrecipes.com


Oh, Canada! These Canadian recipes include classics like salmon, Nanaimo bars, butter tarts, and more!

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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Canada Travel Information and Travel Guide
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 »