Tourtiere (Classic Quebec pork pie recipe)

Hey guys, hope all of you are doing well. I’ve been quiet busy with school in the past little while, but even though I did not have time to share recipes, I am still cooking and baking. I have so many recipes and pictures, and I can not wait to share them with you.

Later, we are going to the Christmas Market at Distillery district. It is opening tonight! I look forward to get into Holiday spirit even though it’s still November 🙂 Speaking of holidays, I am sharing today super delicious recipe of Tourtiere (meat pie). This is a traditional Quebec pork pie recipe that we enjoy throughout the holidays. Essentially, tourtiere is a pie made of lightly spiced pork layered between flaky pastry. It’s total comfort food, guys. I hope you give it a try.
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The courage to share with the world…

“Empowerment – the word means different things to different people. For me, the road to empowerment means challenging and overcoming my fear of criticism. Looking back over my younger days, I remember some crucial moments when I let my fear of criticism get the best of me. Literally my BEST evaporated under the stress of fear and humiliation. My younger, less confident formative years were filled with a debilitating fear of criticism. But around the age of 15, I started to find my courage. In our high school, we had a Friday night coffee house set up in the library, for aspiring folk singers like myself to take the stage and entertain the crowd with a couple of songs. Continue reading “The courage to share with the world…”