Some of these recipes contain eggs and/or dairy, and some are recipes with meat that have a vegetarian option. I've included recipes containing beer, which may be made with isinglass (from fish); making them is your call.
This is very similar to a type of pie my grandmother used to make. She never put sour cream in it. I don't remember if she added orange juice or not. Adapted from Classic Canadian Cooking. You can use pre-made pie crust; I won't tell!
As served at the Black Dog Village Pub and Bistro in Bayfield, Ontario. This can be a vegetarian main dish, or a side for roast beef. Adapted from 300 Best Potato Recipes. Use Grana Padano cheese instead of the parmesan if you can get it.
Traditional pratie oaten are little potato-oat pancakes served at breakfast. (Pratie is the Irish word for potato.) This recipe takes the dough, adds flour, and rolls it out thin to make crisp crackers. Good with cheese, lemon curd or jam. Adapted from 300 Best Potato Recipes.
A bit different, using rose water. Adapted from Classic Canadian Cooking.
Prep time is actually cooking time; cook time is chilling time. It's best to use a cooking thermometer when making this recipe.
Adapted from Bobby Flay's Burgers, Fries and Shakes. Use on burgers or as a dipping sauce for fries and onion rings. The whole-grain mustard and ancho powder are supposed to be "heaping" tablespoons, but that is not accepted by the software.
Adapted from Arthur Schwartz's Jewish Home Cooking. Canned green beans may be substituted for fresh. If using fresh beans, be sure they are cooked all the way through and are tender, not tender-crisp or al dente. Cook time is chilling time.
From Sra, Maria Luisa Espinosa de Rodriguez. Adapted from My Mexico, by Diana Kennedy. The original uses small pickled yellow chiles, but suggests the jalapenos as being more readily available. Cook time does not include standing time.