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    Canada Cooks!

    Canadian cooking rocks! And it's all here ... recipes from Canadian magazines and newspapers, recipes from Canadian cookbooks, recipes from Canadian restaurants, recipes from Canadian food companies, recipes from FoodNetwork-Canada personalities, recipes for classic Canadian dishes too. I'm proud to be a Canadian and I'm delighted to share these recipes I've posted and also found here on Zaar! I also hope you check out the Canadian Cooking forum here at Recipezaar!
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    You might not be able to stop eating these crunchy, delicately spiced, maple syrup-coated peanuts. They hit the spot with a nice dark beer while watching the game. This was copied from Foodtv.ca (recipe by Lynne Valeriote)

    Recipe #58366

    This is a copy kat recipe from the famous Bar "B" Barn restaurant in Montreal. Simmer the ribs early in the day and then refrigerate until ready to BBQ. This recipe is for pork but beef ribs can be substituted with no problem.

    Recipe #38048

    This is the my family's French Canadian version of Shepherds pie, which we call Pate Chinois. It's easy to make, cheap and very delicious. Serve with a nice loaf of crusty bread.

    Recipe #78668

    This was posted in our local newspaper's "Food" section. I couldn't resist, and had to add this to my cookbook. From: The Ottawa Citizen, Dec. 10/ 2003

    Recipe #79161

    This is a traditional ketchup from quebec. It's delicious served with meats, but we especially like it with Tortiere. Sometimes fruit (apple or peaches- grated) were added, and that would be added to the saucepan before boiling.

    Recipe #102404

    A nice healthy pancake my family enjoys. I think I originally found this recipe in Canadian Living Magazine many years ago.

    Recipe #73505

    This is a great to go with your roast beef dinner. I hate to have a roast beef dinner without them. This recipe has never failed me. My family loves to drizzle gravy over these nice light pop-overs. This recipe came from the Laura Secord Cook Book.

    Recipe #78448

    9 Reviews |  By Lois M

    This dish is a great way of using up leftovers, and is very versatile re: what meat/fish you use. My friend Donny made these for me and I loved them, I think the recipe originated in one of the Company's coming cookbooks, but both Donny & I have adjusted some stuff to our taste. Great pot luck addition.

    Recipe #98610

    8 Reviews |  By Lois M

    Creamy baked rice and broccoli, an easy delicious side dish or light lunch with a salad and sliced tomatoes! My DD will only eat rice if cooked like this (or chinese) it is really easy, and tastes great! Good re-heated too! I have also used spinach or 1 cup of frozen peas instead of the broccoli. I think this came from a milk calander.

    Recipe #99719

    This recipe is posted by request. The original poster is Robin Hood Flour.

    Recipe #34969

    1 Reviews |  By Dib's

    The original recipe is from Chatelaine. I've added clams and more mussels. Excellent Chowder. The prep time includes the 1 day of chilling time.

    Recipe #16449

    3 Reviews |  By Dib's

    This French Canadian recipe is posted by request. The Lumber Jacks used to take this with them into the woods.

    Recipe #17984

    7 Reviews |  By Dib's

    I found this recipe per the request of my daughter. Original poster is Dustin Koracvich.

    Recipe #47871

    1 Reviews |  By Dib's

    Here's another Holiday Helper I found in the Calgary Herald today.

    Recipe #49611

    1 Reviews |  By Dib's

    You can thank The Olde Nunnery in Manitoba for this recipe!

    Recipe #53718

    4 Reviews |  By Fluffy

    A refreshing summer dessert with no added sugar or sweetener! From "Ruth Reisman Brings Home Spa Desserts".

    Recipe #63118

    I got this recipe from Canadian Living Magazine.The tomato cream sauce is a lower fat version.

    Recipe #95543

    7 Reviews |  By Fluffy

    I got this recipe from Dairy Farmers of Canada site. I like to use thick sliced Italian bread for this.

    Recipe #99265

    This is from Canadian Living magazine. Serve it with crisp crackers.

    Recipe #104948

    I got this recipe from Dairy Farmers of Canada.

    Recipe #110441

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