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From Canada, recipes that resourceful Zaar Chefs have begged, bought or stolen from their favorite eateries. To the best of my ability, I've tried to use only authentic original recipes, not copycats. If I've inadvertently included a copycat recipe of yours please let me know. (Also see my other regional Restaurant Dining cookbooks: Northeastern U.S. , Midwestern U.S. , Southern U.S. , Western U.S. , Outside the U.S. & Canada , National Chains .)
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From the Voodoo restaurant, as published in the Toronto Star a long time ago. Not for the calorie conscious but delicious ... it's nice to indulge once in a while. Prep and cooking times are estimate.

Recipe #107784

This is from my Jasper cookbook. This orange bread was the specialty at Mt. Edith Cavell Tearoom which was built in 1927 at Jasper, Alberta, Canada. More notes have been added to this recipe from Madeleine, the original recipe was written by a 90 yr old lady whom I think wrote it in her own words.Either way this is a wonderful loaf.

Recipe #105748

From The Nova Scotia Inns and Restaurants Cookbook, Breads and Muffins section, this recipe is from the Inverary Inn. Nice at breakfast time!

Recipe #133995

This is from The Nova Scotia Inns and Restaurants Cookbook (1985) and this recipe hails from the Normaway Inn. Sounds easy to prepare with canned tomatoes, red wine, garlic...mmmmm!

Recipe #133976

This recipe comes from the Pronto Restaurant at the Coast Canadian Inn in British Columbia, Canada. Easy and wonderful! Raspberries are also grown in the Northeast, Mid Atlantic, Mid West, and West!

Recipe #175430

6 Reviews |  By Lorac

This "tipsy tomato" soup was adapted from a recipe from Le Pavillon at The Four Season's Hotel in Vancouver, BC. A very rich and special souper soup!

Recipe #22116

5 Reviews |  By ReeLani

A wonderful sounding recipe compliments of my hostess at Parliament Cottage Bed and Breakfast in Niagara-on-the-Lake in Canada. I'm looking forward to trying these!

Recipe #76259

This is a recipe from the Howe Sound Inn and Brewing Company in Squamish, BC Canada. It was published in a newspaper years ago, and I held on to it. Good thing, as no longer live there but I can still enjoy the tastes from where I grew up. This soup goes great with the Butter-Beer Bread (Recipe #189804)

Recipe #189955

Chowders are simple soups - usually just fish, potato, onion and milk. They are quick to make and among the best soups in Canada. This haddock chowder is a recreation of the popular chowder served at the Evangeline Snack Bar in Grand Pri, N.S. When asked the secret of the chowder's success, the waitress modestly answered, "We get good fish here." You might like to add a few cooked shrimp, a spoonful of fresh parsley or some crumbled bacon to the soup. If haddock is unavailable, substitute other firm white fish.

Recipe #5150

Featured on CBC Radio's morning show THE GREAT NORTHWEST, from Thunder Bay Ontario, this great recipe comes from the Chef at that city's CARIBOU RESTAURANT.

Recipe #74268

Tastes like the Yankee Pot Roast Soup at the Montanas restaurant chain (I'm in Canada) - thick, hearty and fragrant. I typically add more beef than the recipe calls for as I usually cut up a small roast. Tastes even better reheated. I freeze it in individual size containers to microwave for lunch at work. (Bring extra - your colleagues will want to try it!)

Recipe #144894

This is a recipe from the Sultan's Tent restarurant in Calgary, Canada. This spicy soup is a Moroccan favorite, eaten every day during Ramadan to break the daytime fast. UPDATE: I have made this, and adjusted the flour amounts. It's really good!

Recipe #179366

I clipped this out of Can. Liv. mag. many years ago, and have used it ever since. The spicier the radishes, the better the dressing. Sometimes when I buy radishes they are very bland. We really like it.

Recipe #175320

When I moved away from Vancouver to Nebraska, and got pregnant I was DYING for Greek food! So I called one of the Greek restaurants we used to go to and begged them for the ingredients. This tastes exactly like home and authentic Greek Tzatziki from the West Coast! It's super easy to make and fabulous with steak, chicken, pita bread, wraps or whatever else you want to put it on or in.

Recipe #102636

Salmon is probably my favourite fish & I'm always looking for new ways to prepare it. This recipe came from the Maple Restaurant in Halifax Nova Scotia & was created by Michael Smith (Chef At Large on the Food Network). Note overnight marinating is required!

Recipe #62024

28 Reviews |  By Lennie

This is very similar to a dish I enjoy at a fabulous Toronto restaurant, Jerusalem -- but the restaurant's version doesn't use raw garlic. I love the taste of this dish. If you're the only eggplant lover in your household (like I am), use a smaller eggplant, cut the sauce ingredients in half, and enjoy this yourself.

Recipe #42280

This is posted in response to a request for "skewer" recipes. A real coincidence as this was being prepared on the food network by Nick Makris from Nick's Diner in Regina Sask - it looked SO GOOD I just had to post it. Use pork or lamb - serving with pita bread is optional but tzatziki is a must! Prep time includes a minimum of 2 hours for marinating.

Recipe #110939

1 Reviews |  By blucoat

This is the recipe Marc Thuet, a reknowned Canadian chef, uses in his upscale Toronto restaurant, the Fifth. Serve with ice cream for an ultra-rich and luxurious dessert. Enjoy!

Recipe #128545

1 Reviews |  By Elmotoo

Quebec snow crab is combined with broccoli, oven-poached and served on a sauce, nouveau cuisine fashion. This appetizer is the creation of Chef Denis Pelletier of Moulin de St. Laurent, a contemporary French restaurant located in an old stone mill in the village of St. Laurent on Ile d'Orleans. Ramekins can be filled ahead and oven poached at the last minute, or you can reheat the cooked flan in a microwave oven for about 2 minutes at Medium (50 percent).

Recipe #134686

This recipe is based on one I originally got from from the Wolf House Bed and Breakfast on Vancouver Island in British Columbia. It is absolutely delicious!! Wendy Burgess at Wolf House says: "Prepare the batter the night before for a delectable, fresh, and warm coffee cake for breakfast. This is perfect for a sweet wake-up call to overnight guests or anytime you want to treat yourself after sleeping in!" Total time listed does not include chilling overnight.

Recipe #106604

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