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oreilles de crisse... very salty so very delicious with all the sweet syrup!

very salty so very delicious with all the sweet syrup! - Love to eat this with beer, television and your special someone resting on your lap.

Louis XIV Maple Lollipops: Bring butter and maple syrup to a boil and boil until a candy - yum, yum!

Louis XIV Maple Lollipops: Bring butter and maple syrup to a boil and boil until a candy - yum, yum!

Maple Sriracha Roasted Cauliflower - my favorite way to eat cauliflower! Sweet, spicy, and SO delicious!

Maple Sriracha Roasted Cauliflower

Sweet and spicy is what's for dinner! This Maple Sriracha Roasted Cauliflower is a great way to get the veggies in with a simple recipe that's a perfect appetizer, side dish or way to supplement your weekly meal prep!

This sweet brunch dish is perfect smothered in lots of maple syrup.

Maple Syrup Dumplings

These rich dumplings are an ideal vehicle for syrup. Vallier Robert uses butter in his grand-peres, but the Chouinards use the lard drippings from their oreilles de christ (fried pork rinds).

Matisse inspired pie crust.

3 pie crust decorating ideas

Brochettes en fines branches taillées et ornées de feuilles d'érable en écorce de bouleau

Des brochettes en branches de bois

Brochettes en fines branches taillées et ornées de feuilles d'érable en écorce de bouleau

Dumplings de la cabane | Télé-Québec | Un chef à la cabane | http://unchefalacabane.telequebec.tv/recettes/51/dumplings-de-la-cabane

Dumplings de la cabane | Télé-Québec | Un chef à la cabane | http://unchefalacabane.telequebec.tv/recettes/51/dumplings-de-la-cabane

Le meilleur pain doré sauce pommes et érable #recettesduqc #dejeuner #brunch

Spiced Cider Sauce - The sweet spicy flavor of this apple syrup is great atop hot pancakes, French toast or waffles.

traditional Canadian foods: A small sampling of Canadian foods. Top to bottom, left to right: Montreal-style smoked meat, Maple syrup, Peameal bacon, Butter tart, Poutine, Nanaimo bar

Canadian Cuisine- Montreal-style smoked meat, Maple Syrup, Canadian Back Bacon, Butter tarts, Nanaimo Bars and Poutine.Oh yeah baby!

Pure Canadian Maple Syrup - We like the darker Grade B syrup more than Grade A as it has much for flavour.  We use syrup in our Maple Flank Steak marinade. http://www.kookycanuck.com

Pure Canadian Maple Syrup - We like the darker Grade B syrup more than Grade A as it has much for flavour. We use syrup in our Maple Flank Steak marinade. http://www.kookycanuck.com

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