Saturday, 1 January 2011

New Years Day tourtière

Gord took some cooking courses at George Brown College a couple years ago.

One of the things he learned how to make was tourtière.

A tourtière is a meat pie originating from Quebec, usually made with minced pork and/or veal, or beef. It is a traditional part of the Christmas and/or Christmas Eve réveillon and New Year's Eve meal in Quebec.

The recipe he uses is similar to this one except he mixes the mashed potatoes in with the meat mixture and doesn't include cognac.

He made it for supper tonight and it was delicious!

Yummy!

He always makes a double batch of the meat mixture which he freezes so we can have it again in a month or so (he just has to get the pie crust).

And there's still a piece left over for my lunch tomorrow!

Thanks, Gord!

7 comments:

Stardust said...

The tourtiere looks yummilicious! Am sure that it tastes better the next day.

Happy new year Teena. May everything's nice like the tourtiere for you in 2011. ;)

Sarah said...

The year on top is cute!

John said...

Happy New Year Teena. It looks yummy.

Swordsman said...

Your welcome!

Susan in SC said...

Gord did a really good job on the tourtiere. It looks delicious! Thanks for visiting my blog today. I hope you will come back again.

Lady Banana said...

Looks yummy!

Tina said...

that looks lovely. I like his decoration on the top too.