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    French-Canadian Cooking

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    2 Reviews |  By Elmotoo

    This is a very old Canadian recipe that was handed down from one generation to the next. It is still as good today as it was then.

    Recipe #173558

    This is an excellent presentation for a side dish. Spectacularly easy!

    Recipe #214181

    Very easy (only three ingredients!). Ingredient amounts are approximately -- it doesn't really matter how much you use, it will still turn out fine.

    Recipe #55317

    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

    Réveillon pie needn't only be served after midnight mass-or even in the form of a pie. Here crunchy toast cups are filled ahead with traditional spicy pork and heated when needed. For more spicy heat, use Dijon mustard prepared with green peppercorns or horseradish. These are wonderful served as an appetizer, especially during the Holidays, don't let the many steps scare you, this is actually very easy and can be made ahead. From Food and Drink Magazine.

    Recipe #266028

    Delicious pork meatballs with a lovely combination of spices like only the French can create. Serve over mashed potatoes or egg noodles. Originally published in Canadian Living magazine.

    Recipe #286313

    1 Reviews |  By Peach01

    This is one of my favorite pork marinade! It tastes so good, everyone will want this recipe! You can also try this one with chicken. Enjoy! Note : the preparation time does not include the marinating time.

    Recipe #288837

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