Prairie Foods of Western Canada
Food commonly eaten on the Canadian Prairies has been heavily influenced by Indigenous and Métis Peoples, early immigrants, many of whom came from Eastern Europe, and the agricultural and ranching industries that play an important part in its economy and culture and export their products all over the world. This is a list of foods that originated on the prairies, are unique to the region, are major agricultural products, or are still commonly eaten. The list includes Ginger Beef, a staple item on Chinese restaurant menus all over Western Canada, and the Caesar cocktail, both invented in Calgary, Alberta.
avg. score: 10 of 40 (24%)
required scores: 1, 4, 7, 9, 16