Posts Tagged: Canadian

Aunt Claire's Tourtière (Gluten-free)
http://bigsislittledish.wordpress.com/2012/12/22/aunt-claires-tourtiere-with-a-gluten-free-crust/
/ Erin

Aunt Claire’s Tourtière (with a gluten-free crust)

Last Christmas, my cousin Tanya gave me her mother’s recipe for tourtière.   This recipe is neck and neck with my gluten-free butter tarts for the title of most Canadian post on this blog.   It is a simple, delicious

Aunt Claire's Tourtière (Gluten-free)
http://bigsislittledish.wordpress.com/2012/12/22/aunt-claires-tourtiere-with-a-gluten-free-crust/
/ Erin

Aunt Claire’s Tourtière (with a gluten-free crust)

Last Christmas, my cousin Tanya gave me her mother’s recipe for tourtière.   This recipe is neck and neck with my gluten-free butter tarts for the title of most Canadian post on this blog.   It is a simple, delicious

butter tart thumb
/ Erin

Butter Tarts for Boxing Day (Gluten-Free)

I have always thought of the butter tart as the finest example of Canadian cuisine.  You can get butter tarts everywhere in Canada from the gas station convenience store to a fancy bakery.  I have never encountered a butter tart

butter tart thumb
/ Erin

Butter Tarts for Boxing Day (Gluten-Free)

I have always thought of the butter tart as the finest example of Canadian cuisine.  You can get butter tarts everywhere in Canada from the gas station convenience store to a fancy bakery.  I have never encountered a butter tart

sweet and sour honey pickled beets thumb
/ Erin

Sweet and Sour Honey Pickled Beets

I think of pickled beets as being very Canadian.   I moved to the States when I was 9 years old, and I can remember being REALLY  excited about eating home-made pickled beets when we came back to Canada to

sweet and sour honey pickled beets thumb
/ Erin

Sweet and Sour Honey Pickled Beets

I think of pickled beets as being very Canadian.   I moved to the States when I was 9 years old, and I can remember being REALLY  excited about eating home-made pickled beets when we came back to Canada to