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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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    A wonderful Canadian dish. Found this while searching for Canadian recipes.

    Recipe #129179

    6 Reviews |  By Lennie

    This is my favourite recipe from the original Best of Bridge cookbook. I thought it was already posted here at Zaar, but since I can't find it I want to make sure it's included; I've only modified it slightly from the original. It's so easy to make and tastes so great!

    Recipe #129167

    In Canada we have a chocolate bar called "Crispy Crunch", and this is what I call this oatmeal in my house. It has protein, soluble fiber, and great taste.

    Recipe #129041

    Posted as a request. Tourtiere is a traditional favourite, and this recipe says it's been adapted to work with today's much leaner ground pork. The prep time listed is just based on making the meat filling and not the pie crust, which a recipe for is not given, so just use your favourite recipe. Serve warm with a chunky chili sauce,chutney type relish or pickled beets. Recipe from Homemakers Magazine.

    Recipe #128350

    10 Reviews |  By Rita~

    In Honor of Canadian Day!

    Recipe #128304

    An old standby for me. I like the fact that it can be made earlier in the day and finished off before dinner. Once again, based on an old Canadian Living recipe. Vary the vegetables if you like.

    Recipe #128055

    From a local Vancouver, BC Restaurant. I am posting to try one day.

    Recipe #125576

    From Canada's Best Of Bridge Series. It is delicious. Prepare the chicken filling and the meat sauce ahead of time and this will be fun to make.

    Recipe #125495

    I just had to buy the June issue of Canadian Living so I could make the cover recipe! I made some changes to the biscuit portion - you could substitute with sponge or angel food cake, if you prefer. Standing time has not been included.

    Recipe #125096

    From Company's Coming Make Ahead Meals by J. Pare. When I made this myself, I found the sauce to be a little bland, feel free to add additional spices if desired.

    Recipe #123127

    From Company's Coming make Ahead Meals.

    Recipe #123104

    Adapted from Company's Coming Make Ahead Meals.

    Recipe #123101

    Adapted from Company's Coming Make Ahead meals by J. Pare.

    Recipe #123099

    Adapted from Company's Coming Make Ahead meals by J. Pare. You can also add green, red, or jalapeño peppers to the meat sauce if desired. You can also make this in 2 8x8 baking pans.

    Recipe #123098

    This came from a Newfie cookbook mom used when I was young. Very tasty comes out moist and is great served with ice cream, or whipped cream.

    Recipe #123000

    1 Reviews |  By Lennie

    Emila Brittain made this for our team party for the East Toronto Dodgers all-star baseball team many years ago; I asked for the recipe and she faxed it to me on May 31, 1996. For a long time, I lost the fax -- but I finally found it! I thought it best to get this here at Zaar for two reasons: the fax has already started to fade badly, and I don't want to lose this delicious recipe again. Emila served it as a salad, but it could also be a dessert. Please note that the time to prepare doesn't include the chilling time.

    Recipe #122658

    Posted in response to a request from Food & Drink magazine ..... with some modifications by me! Standing time has not been included.

    Recipe #122583

    Adapted from "The best Freezer Cookbook" by J. Main.

    Recipe #122190

    Adapted from Company's Coming Make Ahead Meals by J. Pare.

    Recipe #121096

    Adapted from Company's Coming Make Ahead Meals by J. Pare.

    Recipe #121095

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