Canadians: Do you only eat bacon, poutine, smoked meat and anything with maple syrup? And with a Molson beer?
All that sounds like a typical Canadian entree.
- Jay PLv 710 months agoFavorite Answer
The Canada-Bashing-Anonymous-Yahoo-Troll strikes again highlighting its ignorance, naivety, and poor humour.
Thanks for the 2 points troll!
- DavidLv 510 months ago
You for got the rye whiskey.
- Anonymous10 months ago
No, I don't eat smoked meat, since it's kind of hard to get it into the rolling paper. I never drink any kind of beer, because beer tastes icky-poo.
- thinkingtimeLv 710 months ago
Only when Americans are around.
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- capitalgentlemanLv 710 months ago
I grew up in the West, and we rarely had maple syrup. That is an Eastern thing. We do eat bacon, although what Americans call "Canadian bacon" is called peameal bacon in Canada, and is not really eaten that often. We usually eat what the Brits call "streaky bacon." Smoked meat is mostly a Montreal thing. I never drink Molson beer.
So, I guess the answer to your question is: no.
- 10 months ago
No. I like maple syrup and poutine, but I'm allergic to pork and gluten no beer and bacon for me.
I've also never had trout almondine or wild boar.
- ANDRE LLv 710 months ago
Yes, we also drop by Washington DC every ten years and burn down the White House. Ah, the memories.
- oldprofLv 710 months ago
Having spent time at Sook Harbor Inn, Vancouver Island, which serves gourmet meals, I can guarantee Canadians eat a lot better than you describe. How about trout almondine for breakfast for example. Or freshly killed wild boar for dinner?
You are so wrong......