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    This is the basic recipe for cipâte, the English call it Lake St. Jean Pie :) It is a traditional French Canadian pie served all year round made with veal, pork, chicken, and beef. In old days they made it with deer meat, rabbit, hare, duck or whatever meat the man brought home from hunting. Some pronounce it "cipaille" making the "T" silent. English pronounce it "sip-ale" :) It is pronounced "Sea-pout". I do hope you will try it some cold winter night. This is a long recipe but worth the making :)

    Recipe #134315

    This recipe is from a recipe magazine, can't rememeber which one, but I substituted the mayonnaise for plain yogurt. Hope you like it, it's scrumptuous :)

    Recipe #134300

    Another maple sugar Quebec recipe. I made this recipe so often for family, one of my daughter's favorite desserts.

    Recipe #134295

    This is a Quebec recipe, we make for Easter, Thanksgiving or Christmas. It is a recipe which has been passed down for my great great grandmother, my grandmother made this, my mom, my aunties, now I am sharing this family recipe with you all. Soon to be in my new cookbook at Cafepress :)

    Recipe #134293

    This is a Quebec recipe, usually served in the spring or for Easter holiday. You can serve this of course anytime of year and no doubt if you serve this to your guests they will want this recipe :)

    Recipe #134288

    This recipe is one I love from Repas Minute.

    Recipe #134283

    This is a traditional Quebec recipe, you can serve it for breakfast or brunch.

    Recipe #134277

    This is the recipe for the original Orange Julep's famous landmark in Montreal,Quebec. I love these on hot summer days they cool you and are a great source of energy.

    Recipe #134272

    This is my recipe It resembles a butter pound cake except it has fruit. A light and moist pound cake, it melts in your mouth. Serve with whipped cream or ice cream...YUM!

    Recipe #132695


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