My 10 year old has a project for school coming due. Among other things, he has to come up with a holiday recipe from the country of his choosing that can be served to his class during his presentation. He's chosen Canada as his country. Hehe, he thinks he's Canadian because three of his g-grandparents are from Canada. Of course, that hurts my southern feelings, but I can take it!
So any ideas Canadians? It needs to be something easy to eat, yet typically Canadian/holiday. As for us down here in the lower quadrant, one of my favorites off the top of my head is Ham Delights. It's holiday/tailgating food. I can't remember the amounts, but they aren't precise anyway.
1 pkg of small Pepperidge Farm dinner rolls sliced open
mixture of butter, mustard, shredded swiss cheese, poppy seeds
Spread the mixture on the tops and bottoms of the rolls and place sliced ham in between. Bake till the cheese is melted.
Manna from heaven.
What is your holiday food?