Fire up the grill, it's our nation's birthday. Celebrate Canada Day with a menu of favourite Canadian foods.
Rye and blueberries add a Canadian twist to this traditional Cuban cocktail. Garnish each glass with skewered blueberries and mint sprig.
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This beef recipe is easy to prepare and serve on Kaiser or onion buns. Since a beef eye of round oven roast is less tender than some other cuts, marinating and rotisserie cooking over low heat helps keep it juicy and flavourful.
With gutsy flavour, this is delicious spread on the buns sandwiching the beef.
Horseradish and beef is a classic combination, and here it adds piquancy to picnic fare, too.
Golden onions cooked to sweetness add pizzazz to the beef on buns.
Serve this sweet-and-tangy condiment on the side for an updated hit of flavour.
Russets are fabulous baking potatoes. Cooked potato flesh can be used as a base for hash browns the next morning or puree into soups. Serve with sour cream for dipping.
Fresh basil, hearty beans, piquant sun-dried tomatoes and al dente pasta make the perfect summer salad.
Portobello mushrooms vary in size so look for small ones that will give you eight to a pound (500 g). If unavailable, you can quarter larger ones after grilling if desired. Use a potato peeler to shave off curls of cheese.
Tender sponge cake holds layers of fresh raspberries in a creamy lemon filling for this make-ahead dessert.
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