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12/25/2009

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makes my family's tourtiere sound like simple bread and butter! we use 2/3s pork 1/3 beef seasoning only with salt, a little pepper and alot of cinnamon. That's it! We should probably be calling it pate a viande, instead of tourtiere... or "two care" as we used to say as kids.

We used to call it "two care" as well - boy, it brings back memories! It's highly likely I'll never make the "old" version again. This one's some tasty! Thanks for dropping by and commenting by the way. Hope to see you visit again!

What an interesting Christmas dish. I'm learning more and more about your Canadian traditions!

Mags - learning more about the good traditions or the bad ones???LOL

I love to read about family traditions and the ways and reasons we update them. This sounds good! I do like things spicy.

It's definitely going to be our new tradition. It is really wonderful. Thanks for dropping by Lisa. It's good to "see" you and Happy New Year!

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