Foods that Canadians consider classics include: Canadian bacon, maple syrup, venison and pemmican, poutine, salmon, lobster, smoked meats, Arctic char, goose and apples; for a drink on the side, Canadians opt for beer. C... More »

The main diet of the Canadian people consists of meat, fruits and vegetables, fish, bread, cereals and dairy products. In 2007, the bulk of Canada's $75 billion food buying activities went to these commodities, with $17 ... More »

Popular shows on Food Network Canada include "Chopped Canada," "You Gotta Eat Here," "Top Chef," "The Incredible Food Race" and "Chef in Your Ear," as of 2015. Other shows on the channel include "Cake Wars: Christmas," "... More »

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The national dish of Canada is a food called poutine, which is a high-calorie creation that consists of fries, cheddar cheese curds and gravy. The Canadian dish was originally seen in the province of Quebec, but can be f... More »

Some popular Canadian foods include poutine, beaver tails, ketchup chips, butter tarts and tourtiere. Poutine, one of Canada's most well-known cuisines, consists of french fried potatoes topped with cheese curds and smot... More »

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The Hupa Indians subsisted mainly on salmon and acorns, along with greens, roots, berries and nuts. Besides fishing, the Hupa were also avid hunters, using dogs to track down deer and elk as well as smaller game like rab... More »

Foods that can be eaten on Dr. Oz's Mediterranean diet include vegetables, fruits, whole grains, nuts and legumes. Low-fat dairy and healthy fats are also recommended. More »