Seafood is a staple on the East Coast, that’s no secret. Oysters are no exception. New Brunswick can whip up an unreal grilled oyster.
You ain’t gettin’ far on Canada’s east coast without running into some great lobster recipes. P.E.I does some incredible Lobster Mashed Potatoes, and its no joke. Un.Be.Lie.Va.Ble.
No one does steak in Canada quite like Alberta does. The Calgary Stampede serves up a ton of their famous beef every year.
Caribou Stew. How many of you have tried caribou before? It’s a staple in Nunavut and apparently makes for an incredibly succulent stew.
Beaver Tail. A classic Canadian flat pastry that tastes great any time of the year and can be flavoured any way you want it to be.
This no bake dessert comes from Nanaimo, B.C and is now sold country wide. It consists of three layers, wafer crumbs, butter icing, and chocolate- although there are a bunch of different variations.
Saskatoon berry pie is like blueberry pie but clearly better. I mean Saskatoon Berries are delicious!