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    What To Eat In Canada If Trumps Wins

    Come for the freedom. Stay for the food. No Trump, amazing food - we've pretty much got it all. And there's no need to wait until the elections are over in the fall. You can get started honing your Canadian cooking skills right now with these amazing Canadian inspired recipes.

    1. Smoky Lobster & Steak Frites Bites

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    Steak, lobster and potatoes - all things Canada does well, put together in one decadent bite.

    Recipe Here

    2. Nanaimo Bars

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    A sweet treat so delicious we named a city after it.

    Recipe Here

    3. Alder Planked Salmon with Lemon Dill Aoli

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    Salmon is truly a Canadian treasure and boy do we know how to serve it.

    Recipe Here

    4. Maple Butter Cinnamon Rolls

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    Canada produces 85% of the world's supply of maple syrup. Our unofficial motto is "everything is better with maple"

    Recipe Here

    5. Nova Scotia Blueberry Grunt

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    A traditional East Coast dessert. Think cobbler but more cake like. Serve it warm with vanilla ice cream for maximum awesomeness.

    Recipe Here

    6. Super Crispy Fish and Chips

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    Another thing our East Coast foodies know how to do well is fish. Even you victims of Brexit will appreciate this crispy fried cod.

    Recipe Here

    7. Mini Tourtieres (meat pies)

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    Tourtiere is a classic French Canadian dish proving that pie is no just for dessert.

    Recipe Here

    8. Saskatoon Berry Jam

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    If you live in the US you might know Saskatoon berries as Service Berries. They are a firm little purple berry found across the Canadian prairie and not only make an amazing jam but maybe the best pie ever.

    Recipe Here

    9. Mini Donuts

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    Now I'm not 100% sure Canada owns the patent on mini donuts but we do love our fair food and the Calgary Stampede is one hell of a fair.

    Recipe Here

    10. Butter Tarts

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    Americans, meet the Canadian version of your pecan pie. But it's so much better we have to keep it small or your taste buds will explode

    Recipe Here

    11. S'mores Fudge

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    Yes my southern friends, I know s'mores are yours. But we canucks love our camp food too. And since some parts of Canada experience winter for a solid 6 months a year sometimes we have to get creative and bring the camp food indoors.

    Recipe Here

    12. Lobster Poutine

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    We are poutine crazy up here and can come up with every twist on it you can imagine - like this truly Canadian Lobster Poutine.

    Recipe Here

    13. Bloody Caesar Shrimp Salad

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    The Caeser is truly a Canadian drink. Who else would think to mix tomato juice together with clam juice (yes clam juice). But no worries if you don't have access (or desire) to clamato, you can whip up this fresh summer salad with boring old tomato juice.

    Recipe Here

    14. Red Lentil Bacon Corn Fritters

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    Canada is a huge contributor to the world's lentil supply and we are always coming up with new and inventive ways to use them. And bacon just makes everything better.

    Recipe Here

    15. Bacon Weave Chocolate Caramel Cupcakes

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    Ok maybe not a Canadian classic but...bacon!

    Recipe Here

    16. Strawberry Cake

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    Although you can grow strawberries pretty much across Canada, Ontario is known for producing them in abundance and this pretty strawberry cake is a great way to enjoy them.

    Recipe Here

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