Delicious Eats for Your Canada 150

Canada Day is coming up fast, and we want to be equipped with some old school recipes with a fresh twist. We hope you’ll like the contenders that we’ve assembled for you:

Nanimo S'mores recipeNanaimo S’Mores

Courtesy of The Food Network, this uber-Canadian recipe looks like a great reason to be campfire-ready this July 1st!


Maple Whiskey Lemonade

Maple Whiskey Lemonade recipeA little something for the grown-ups, this recipe from Treasures & Travels of BC looks like a great accompaniment for kicking back and preparing to celebrate.

According to Treasures & Travels, “It’s like a spiked lemonade sweetened with maple syrup and a hint of mint.” Nice!


Strawberry Rhubarb Pie for Canada DayStrawberry Rhubarb Pie

The Food Network scores again with a traditional, deeply seasonal pie that it describes as The Ultimate Strawberry Rhubarb Pie for Canada Day.

The amazing pastry work is optional, but sure is impressive!


Bannock Bread

Finally, we share a great tutorial on making bannock bread (also known as frybread), a traditional recipe that goes way beyond the short 150 years that Canada has been known as a country.

Happy eating and celebrating everyone!

Campfire photo by Dominik Lange

Author: Kealey Tackaberry Log Homes

Kealey & Tackaberry Log Homes is a family operated business situated just west of Ottawa. We supply and build complete handcrafted and milled log homes. With the use of natural, non-manufactured materials, the homes we build are virtually free of toxins normally associated with new construction and thus provide excellent indoor air quality. We believe in old fashion business ethic. It is important to us that our finished product meets all your expectations. We thrive on establishing a personal relationship with our customers before we build your home.

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