Break out the red and white with our great-outdoors favourites.
This is a smooth, creamy start for a casual summer meal. Fresh peas, in season for Canada Day, give this cold soup its sweet flavour and velvety texture, but you can also use frozen. This soup is also tasty hot.
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An old fashioned standby that preceded mayonnaise in popularity, this dressing can also be used for tuna, egg, potato and chicken salads.
A crisp, flavourful coating holds this juicy, tender chicken, which is equally tasty hot or cold.
Mildly spiced and with a slight cornmeal crunch, these corn cob-shaped sticks are a whimsical addition to the table.
Any tangy orange — navel, burgundy-fleshed Moro in the winter or a member of the mandarin family — is ideal in this recipe. Serve with whipped cream scented with orange liqueur and sweetened sliced or crushed strawberries.
Complete your Canada Day celebration with the addition of these red-and-white maple leaf cookies.
Potato salad is a Canadian summertime favourite — and this one, sporting red and white colours, is no exception.
Fennel gives this coleslaw an added crunch with a hint of licorice flavour. If you have one, use a mandoline to slice the hard vegetables paper-thin.
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