Peter May wrote:
Methinks the authors are clutching at straws
Prince Edward Island's world-famous potatoes. Never heard of them.
Kinder Surprise - They are imported from Italy. Says the article "but you won't find Kinder Surprise eggs in countries like the United States." I question if there are any other countries like the US, but aside from that, according to Wikipedia, you will find Kinder Surprise everywhere except the US. Certainly they're on the counter of my local paper shop.
Apples 'Some of the most popular domestic varieties are only one on the list originated in Canada, the others name are:
Cortland - bred at New York State Agricultural Experiment Station
Gala - bred in NZ
Fuji - bred in Japan
Golden Delicious originated in Virginia
Carl Eppig wrote:As you and others including the HP have pointed out either directly or indirectly there is French Canadian food, and Other Canadian food. I love the first kind and find the other much like American food.
Jenise wrote:the Canadian equivalent of "As American as apple pie" is "As Canadian as possible under the circumstances."
Ted Richards wrote:Jenise wrote:the Canadian equivalent of "As American as apple pie" is "As Canadian as possible under the circumstances."
In 1971, the late Peter Gzowski, host of CBC radio's "This Country in the Morning", held a contest to complete the phrase "as Canadian as ...", and that was Heather Scott's winning entry.
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