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    A Canadian Ckbk

    I guess there are going to be some French-Canadian recipes here, as well.

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    My French aunt would argue about this being real French meat pie, but it's the way my family liked it & it's easy. I usually freeze the second pie for a future meal.

    Recipe #80321

    This recipe was given to me by Jerry who is on another recipe site I frequent. He answered my request for an authentic recipe for this. He's from Ontario.

    Recipe #195094

    My memere's recipe for a haliday favorite.

    Recipe #384307

    This velvety pouring custard is fantastic drizzled on puddings, apple crisp, bread pudding and fruit, or pooled under or poured over cake and fruit pies. See below for other interesting additions. I originally saw this recipe in Canadian Living Magazine and wanted to make sure I didn't lose it.

    Recipe #332952

    Team this up with a nice loaf of warm bread and you have a whole meal! Thick and satisfying!

    Recipe #223885

    Source: Favorite Recipes - Country Cooking #20, 1987

    Recipe #174023

    French Canadian Breakfast spread. Usually served in restaurants at breakfast. I asked for this recipe on another site b/c I had it often when I was growing up. The person who makes it, and posted it, is from Quebec. I cannot give an amount b/c it depends on how thick you spread it on your toast!

    Recipe #173789

    French Canadian Breakfast spread. Usually served in restaurants at breakfast. I asked for this recipe on another site. The person who makes it, and posted it, is from Washington state, and this version appears to be the one I had growing up. I cannot give an amount b/c it depends on how thick you spread it on your toast!

    Recipe #173791


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