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« Reply #20 on: October 04, 2006 06:37:12 AM »

Newfoundland Jiggs Dinner!!
Boiled potatoes, cabbage, carrots, turnip, salt beef.
Peas pudding.


Cod Tongue

Seal Flipper Pie



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« Reply #21 on: October 06, 2006 09:00:08 PM »

I got three words FOIE-GRAS-POUTINE!  Just thinking about it and my cholesterol has hiked a trillion points. I'm french canadian so pt chinois (shepards pie in english i think) represents the ideal trinity, minced meat, corn and mashed potatoes.  hihihihi!

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« Reply #22 on: October 13, 2006 01:24:18 PM »

Donairs!!  How can those have been missed??  Yum!

« Reply #23 on: October 15, 2006 07:37:59 AM »

ooooh, i love reading some of these things...i'm from Canada, and i live in Nova Scotia, and I'm Acadian.
- i think you should def. use Timmy's. They are EVERYWHERE. I mean it.
- theres a ton of Acadian food, but I one I ate the most growing up was Chicken Fricot. It's kind of like a stew...and then theres boiled dinner, but I don't know if thats acadian or not...its just stuff like roast beef, carrots, patatoes and the like all boiled up together. I'm a vegetarian now, but when I wasnt, I liked it.
Oh! and if you make Chicken Fricot, put a saltine cracker on the edge of the bowl, and leave it there for a couple seconds. then take it out and eat it. its soft and has the flavor of both the chicken fricot and the cracker!
-ALSO, Just thought of this...what about baked maple beans?

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« Reply #24 on: October 15, 2006 05:36:10 PM »

Thanks for all the great ideas. My presentation went great, we got 98%. I ended up making Nanaimo Bars due to time and availbility of ingredients. But they were a big hit!
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