Canada Day is coming up fast, and we want to be equipped with some old school recipes with a fresh twist. We hope you’ll like the contenders that we’ve assembled for you:

Nanimo S'mores recipeNanaimo S’Mores

Courtesy of The Food Network, this uber-Canadian recipe looks like a great reason to be campfire-ready this July 1st!


Maple Whiskey Lemonade

Maple Whiskey Lemonade recipeA little something for the grown-ups, this recipe from Treasures & Travels of BC looks like a great accompaniment for kicking back and preparing to celebrate.

According to Treasures & Travels, “It’s like a spiked lemonade sweetened with maple syrup and a hint of mint.” Nice!


Strawberry Rhubarb Pie for Canada DayStrawberry Rhubarb Pie

The Food Network scores again with a traditional, deeply seasonal pie that it describes as The Ultimate Strawberry Rhubarb Pie for Canada Day.

The amazing pastry work is optional, but sure is impressive!


Bannock Bread

Finally, we share a great tutorial on making bannock bread (also known as frybread), a traditional recipe that goes way beyond the short 150 years that Canada has been known as a country.

Happy eating and celebrating everyone!

Campfire photo by Dominik Lange

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