4 Odd but Delicious Ways Canada Does F&B

By Kelsey Ogletree, June 6, 2017

When it comes to cuisine, Canada is on to something. At last year’s Canadian National Exhibition, long known for its inventive culinary creations, vendors served up a side of inspiration along with these tasty—if slightly odd—dishes. Consider incorporating these into your Canadian event menus.

Canada churro burgerChurro burger

You’d think a burger shop and a churro bakery wouldn’t have much to collaborate on, but Epic Burgers and Waffles and Pancho’s Bakery worked together to craft the perfect combination of sweet and savory.

 

 


Canada Blueberry pie milkshakes

Blueberry pie milkshakes

Who wants a cherry on top when you can have a slice of blueberry pie? Add cotton candy, sprinkles and a chocolate wafer to the mix and you have this colorful creation by Fran’s Restaurant & Bar.

 


Canada fish and chips

Poke nachos

Putting a new twist on fish and chips, Su & Bu‘s poke nacho bowls are topped with salmon, tuna, avocado, Sriracha aioli, nacho cheese and more.

 

 


Canada Canadian bacon tacosCanadian Bacon Tacos

Canadian bacon has a greater purpose in its homeland (sorry, Hawaiian pizza lovers!). Bacon Nation used the ham for a main entree item with these handcrafted tacos.

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