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10 Mouth-Watering New Brunswick Foods You Need To Try ASAP

And no, they're not all seafood!

What do you get when you mix delicate French cuisine, small-town practicality, and some the freshest seafood in the world? If you guessed a delicious New Brunswick menu, you are correct!

Lobster roll with French fries

Here's a list to get you started...but you should probably just head to New Brunswick to experience the cuisine for yourself!

1. Covered Bridge Chips

A bag of covered bridge potato chips

2. Garlic fingers

3. Dulse

Several paper bags of fresh Dulse for sale in Saint John City Market

4. Lobster

A photo of a lobster roll and fries

5. Anything seafood really

A photo of bacon wrapped scallops topped with maple syrup

6. Rappie Pie

Photo of a cooked potato-chicken mix in a casserole dish.

7. Donair

8. Pets de sœur

These pinwheel pastries are as ingenious as they are delicious! Made from leftover pie crusts, the sweet and cinnamony goodness gives Cinnabon a run for its money. If that's not enough to sell you, the name's direct translation means Nun Farts. Delicious AND entertaining!

Hot tip: Want to try making Nun Farts at home? Check out this Tasty recipe.

9. Ployes

10. Coques Frites

Whether it's fried, flipped, or fresh from the sea, New Brunswick cuisine is anything but a flop. Which of these foods tickled your taste buds the most? Let us know in the comments!

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