Top 5 Canadian Foods You Need To Try

After listening to the ketchup chip debate on Heartland Radio 2.0 I decided this is a blog that needed to be done and needed to be done ASAP. So without further adieu lets get into the top 5 treats north of the border.

Number 5: We will start with all dressed and ketchup chips, these are both very tasty, ketchup are great but all dressed are definitely in my top 5 potato chips available.

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Number 4: We have the Coffee Crisp chocolate bar, layers of vanilla wafer, foamed coffee candy and covered with milk chocolate. Its one of the favourite halloween chocolate bars here and was introduced in Canada in the 1930’s.

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Number 3: Another tasty canadian treat is the Beavertail. Its a slab of deep fried dough, covered in a variety of toppings such as Reese’s Pieces, Nutella, peanut butter and more. 

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Number 2: The Caesar, now they have started to get these in the States lately but most places you go they still have bloody mary’s. Its our national cocktail, made of vodka, clamato juice, Tabasco and Worcestershire sauce. Its perfect for a hangover or to get the day started at a nice brunch. 

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Number 1: Now you can debate what are in my top 5 up until now, yours could be completely different. But there will be absolutely NO debate on what number one is. The poutine, its crispy fries, squeaky cheese curds and gravy. The classic version is great on its own but you can now get it with all sorts of different toppings such as pulled pork, bacon or smoked meat. Glad i could share some canadian culture with y’all. Lets have a Wednesday everybody.

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