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Bannock- A Traditional Native American Flatbread

Bannock is a simple, five-ingredient bread, made originally by the Native Americans long ago. Bannock is like a biscuit or roll and is simply delicious. Can be a good take on dinner rolls and goes well with soups. 137 more words


Village Diner - Sargent Avenue

Last year I started hearing about the restaurant inside the Osborne Hotel, and that it was a great place for home-style comfort foods. Before I got a chance to visit, it was closed down as part of the changes that are coming to the hotel. 513 more words

Reviews And Such

Time for a take ‘n bake tourtière, mon frère!

Now, when it comes to French-Canadian comfort food, it doesn’t get more comfortable than tourtière…especially if you put it on top of a poutine. Hey, … 278 more words

Hogtown Eats

The Beaver Tail

The Beaver Tail, a simple, hand-stretched wheat dough may be deep-fried like its counterparts (looking at you, doughnut) – but distinguishes itself as a Canadian staple treat, topped with anything from the original cinnamon sugar to decadent Nutella, whipped cream, and fresh fruit. 226 more words

Foodie Facts

Ten Canadian Provinces of New Recipe Tuesday – Week Three – Manitoba –Bannock

Welcome to Week Three of the Ten Canadian Provinces of New Recipe Tuesday! This week we explore the province of Manitoba, another Prairie Province nestled in the middle of Canada. 545 more words



📍 401 Bay St. || http://www.bannockrestaurant.com/

This has been a place I’ve been really wanting to go to. I guess, because they serve “Canadian Comfort Food” and I’ve always wanted to know what that really meant. 257 more words


Bannock Crusted Poutine Pizza

I went to a restaurant with a friend of mine that deemed themselves as offering “Canadian comfort food”. What is considered Canadian food? Being in a country with so much cultural diversity, it’s hard to distinguish that. 198 more words