New Brunswick: If the People Don’t Have You Speaking Franglais, the Beer Just Might

In the last few weeks we’ve demystified bakeapples in Newfoundland, drooled over Canada’s “Food Island” in P.E.I. and explained what separates Halifax donairs from the rest in Nova Scotia, so today we’re rounding out Canada’s Maritime provinces with New Brunswick. Est-ce que vous speaker Franglais? What makes New Brunswick unique from the other atlantic provinces … Continue reading New Brunswick: If the People Don’t Have You Speaking Franglais, the Beer Just Might

Newfoundland: Where Bakeapples Aren’t Apples and Cod Tongue Isn’t Actually a Tongue

As many of you probably know, Canada recently celebrated its 150th birthday (or at least, since confederacy) last weekend.  Over here at The Taste Archives, we love learning about the different foods and cultures from around the world, but at the end of the day we are proud to call Canada home, and now that … Continue reading Newfoundland: Where Bakeapples Aren’t Apples and Cod Tongue Isn’t Actually a Tongue

Ground Nuts, Goober Peas and Peanut Butter: A History of our Favourite Spread

Aah peanut butter.  Where would we be without you?  From peanut butter on toast for breakfast, to peanut butter sandwiches for lunch to ants-on-a-log for snack, we are a generation raised on the gooey, nutty spread.  And while allergies and the subsequent rise of other spreads like almond butter, sunflower seed butter and cashew butter … Continue reading Ground Nuts, Goober Peas and Peanut Butter: A History of our Favourite Spread