>Canadian Iconic Desserts: Red Fife Whole Wheat

>Dawn was asked to participate in a panel discussion at the Royal Ontario Museum this past Sunday (December 13, 2009). Being of a one track mind when it comes to whole grains, she knew it had to be something with Red Fife-Red Fife Apple Tart with Maple Sugar & Black Walnuts-see recipe on previous post. […]

>Red Fife Apple Tart with Maple Sugar

>Sorry! I have been asked to include the recipe. Here it is: Red Fife Apple Tart with Maple SugarServes 8, generouslyThe red fife makes a sweet and nutty crust, with a firm cookie texture. Not too sweet, it can be eaten for breakfast, too. Ingredients:11/4 cup Red Fife Whole Wheat½ cup All-Purpose flour2 tablespoons maple […]

>Canadian Sweet Treats: Food Experts Debate the Classics

>Evelyn’s Crackers’ very own Dawn Woodward is on a food panel at the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) on December 13th posted on Akimbo.ca focused on distinctly Canadian desserts: Did you know that the butter tart is practically a Canadian culinary icon? But what about carrot pudding, fruitcake, and various types of squares? All of these […]