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French-Canadian holiday menu

We’ve updated a traditional French-Canadian menu to help you get the festivities started — so get cozy and dig in this Christmas!

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Traditional French-Canadian tourtiere

Tourtiere tart
Photo by Roberto Caruso

Christmas Eve is a perfect time for a raucous family party that lasts well into the night. We’ve updated a traditional French-Canadian menu to help you get the festivities started. Simply light the fire, get cozy and dig in!

 

Modern pea soup

Modern pea soup recipe
Photo by Roberto Caruso

Starter
Modern pea soup
Topped with crisply fried bacon and fresh chives, this modern pget cozyea soup is a smooth and flavourful way to start off your holiday menu.

 

Main
Tourtiére tart
It’s a breeze to make! You’ll savour every bite of this tasty tart. (Watch a quick video how-to below.)

 

 

 

Tourtiere, pickled vegetables and buttered root vegetables

Pickled vegetables and buttered root vegetables

 

Sides
Quick-pickled vegetables and buttery root vegetables
Buttery veggies seasoned with fresh thyme and veggies pickled in a delicious blend of festive spices are the perfect complement for this rustic tart.

 

 

 

 

Maple creme brulee

Maple creme brulee recipe
Photo by Roberto Caruso

 

Desserts
Maple crème brûlée
This is definitely a show-stopping holiday dessert. The creamy maple custard with a golden, caramelized shell will make everyone want to dip in for seconds.

Maple fudge
Super rich and ever-so-creamy, it’s the perfect treat for the cold winter months!