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Butter Tarts!

Sara Bonisteel wrote about the history and practice of the Canadian treat, which is worth making tonight.. via NYT Food http://ift.tt/2mMajtW

December 26, 2017

Greetings! Happy Boxing Day! Did you have a good Xmas? Mine was so awesome! When Santa Claws arrived in the middle of the night he saw that there were no decorations up inside the house, so he put up lights! 70 more words

Postcards

The Butter Tarts are Ready!

Yes, the butter tarts are ready, but sadly they’ll have to wait until my family’s Christmas dinner tomorrow.  We’re opening presents too.  Christmas is coming early to my family to accommodate various work schedules, though I am lucky enough to get a full 2 weeks off… starting this coming Saturday.  142 more words

Holidays

Canada - Maple Butter Tarts

I’m not much of a baker, but these were pretty easy. Unfortunately, the recipe I used did not make enough filling so I had to scoop out some filling from the other muffin tins. 444 more words

Food Blog

Bourbon Browned Butter Tarts

I feel like as soon as I got back from Boston, fall unceremoniously came and knocked us off our feet.  No more easing into September with warm days and nights where bare legs are still ok, but “bring out your leather jackets and tights because fall is here” weather. 618 more words

Paula Roy’s Favourite Foods – Episode 11 recipes

Saluting the farmers and food producers of central Canada!

This new batch of episodes of my TV show was really fun to prepare. As a proud Canadian, it is exciting to have the opportunity to showcase ingredients and dishes that pay tribute to many different aspects of our country’s culinary heritage. 114 more words

Paula Roy

Speaking in Cod Tongues

If you are Canadian and you love food, you must read Speaking in Cod Tongues: A Canadian Culinary Journey by Lenore Newman.  Or if you just have an interest in the history of food, you’ll love this book.  142 more words

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