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Leftover cod is perfect for this tasty Acadian recipe for golden brown and delicious Dried Cod Cakes.
Turnips and potatoes usually take supporting roles but in this recipe, they're the main course.
By far the most popular fricot in Acadia, we thought we'd share this tasty traditional recipe with you.
Try this traditional Acadian recipe that's made extra delicious when served with apple sauce. It also makes enough for six servings.
Chef Pierre Richard, from Little Louis' oyster bar in Moncton, prepares fresh smelts in a Spanish way. Try his recipe, where he brines and marinates them like anchovies..
Maple candy was the great attraction of Shrove Tuesday, because this was the day for la tire (the maple candy pull).
The meat pie is an integral part of the Acadian Christmas Eve celebration, but don't let that stop you from making this dish all year along.
The kids will love twisting and pulling this soft and chewy taffy. A classic candy that is fun to make and even more fun to eat.
"Clam bake", Acadie style. Delicious clams and potatoes mixed together to make a winning combination.
Dive into this delectable, Acadian dessert complete with apple and cranberry filling and smothered in syrup.
Taste cod that's been prepared in a traditional Acadian village style.
Cinnamon rolls, Pets de soeurs, Rosettes, Rondelles… however you spin it, these cinnamon rolls are one of the tastiest treats around.
Dominic, an outdoor adventure guide with Arpin Canoe Restigouche, shares the recipe of his famous riverside chili.
Learn tips and tricks from the pros themselves on how to make the perfect pie crust.
Pancakes, brayon style. Made with buckwheat flour, "ploye" is part of history and tradition for the Madawaska Valley.
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