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Susannah 1 year ago
....they left out whale blubber.
       
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Lauren 1 year ago
Susannah, oh God, that's priceless! Ignore any downvotes - you've won the day.
       
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Aileen 1 year ago
#1 Who invented peanut butter? There is evidence that ancient South American Inca Indians were the first to grind peanuts to make peanut butter.
       
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Almina 1 year ago
Aileen,

Per wikipedia: "the earliest example of grinding peanuts into paste has been traced to the Aztecs and Incas," modern peanut butter was invented by a Canadian with credit also given to two other inventors.
       
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Renius 1 year ago
I was gonna rant about how multiple people/natives all figured it out, but you covered it. Also, fry bread is an Alaskan Native dish too and everyone forgets Maple trees grow in the US and people have been making snow bars for hundreds of years. The rest of the food Canada can claim.
       
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Victor 1 year ago
#1 I hate peanut butter. The most disgusting thing I've ever tasted!
       
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Elisha 1 year ago
Victor, I hate the name Victor. It's the most disgusting name I've ever heard.
       
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Lib 1 year ago
#5 I'd go for that big time! Zod the trimmings and the ice but a fine bloody mary at room temperature is just to die for :-)
       
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Ben 1 year ago
#2 "crispy hot cries" yum...
       
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Thad 1 year ago
Ben,

with a tall glass of "tears of my enemies"
       
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Harman 1 year ago
Corey and Trevor! Get me a couple bags of chips, dressed all over and zesty mordant."
       
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Greg 1 year ago
How could you leave out donairs?!
       
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Nelia 1 year ago
#9 is served with donair sauce NOT ranch!
       
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Sophia 1 year ago
#4
Sorry Northern Bros!
Bannock bread is not a Canadian creation!
Created by and a staple of the Bannock/Nez Pierce tribes of what would become Idaho and Montana.
Became a staple on the Lewis and Clark Expedition when they first tasted it in Montana.
       
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Levy 1 year ago
#8

"While ACTUAL beaver tails are (supposedly) delicious..."

That's on my list of things to try- right after skunk butt.
       
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Ginger Beef

 

I’m Canadian and this one caught me off guard. As it so happens, Ginger Beef, my go-to “I’m piss-drunk and my stomach needs filling” meal, was in fact, invented in Alberta. Chef George Wong created the dish (with inspiration from his homeland which has utilized ginger for thousands of years) back in the 1970s. Who would’ve known! Way to go, Calgary.

 

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