Why we don’t have the right word for gourmet food in Canada

The words “gourmet” and “fancy” are synonymous with food in this country.

However, in many ways, Canadian cuisine has evolved since the 1950s and is often regarded as something very different.

For example, a typical Canadian dinner typically consists of a few items such as a main course, a side salad, and a dessert.

The most popular American and British dishes include pizza, pasta, and french fries.

Yet the Canadian palate has evolved a lot, especially in the last 50 years, as many Canadian restaurants have made the transition from American cuisine to European cuisine.

And, in the process, they have changed our language to a dialect that is less familiar and less expressive of the culture of the country.

This is what happens when you change the vocabulary.

When we talk about the food of Canada, it’s often the French or the Italian, not the British.

But in the 1970s and 1980s, Canadian food was very much British, and when I lived in Montreal in the late ’80s, French was still the most common cuisine in the city.

So for example, I had a dinner party where I had Italian pasta and French fries.

But I didn’t have any French dishes on the menu.

So I had to learn how to eat French cuisine.

That’s what’s different about Canada and what has changed in the way we eat Canadian food.

The language issue is another challenge.

While we have our own language and our own food, we have no official language and no official cuisine.

So when I speak French, people might think, “Oh, you’re from Quebec, you speak French.”

But my parents speak English and my grandparents speak English.

And even though I’m not fluent in French, I have learned to speak French in my own life, and I think that it’s important to learn to communicate with the French people and to understand their culture.

I think it’s very important to have an official language in Canada.

The main issue is the lack of understanding of French, which means that there’s no one language that people use to communicate.

So even if you speak with the people of France, there’s a lot of misunderstanding and there’s also a lot that’s not understood.

We do have a language association, but that’s limited to the French-speaking provinces.

For a long time, there was a French-language radio program in Montreal.

It was a very successful show.

But there are a lot more than that.

I’ve heard a lot about it, and there are also a few other programs like “Canadian Food” and other programs that offer French- and English-language programs.

And I think there is a need to have a lot bigger and better programs like this, to create a more international language, and to create programs that reflect the culture in Quebec and the other provinces.

So that’s why I think Quebec should be the first place for Quebecois to learn French, because that’s the language they speak.

And Quebecois are also the people who understand and appreciate the cuisine of Canada.

If you think about the French culture in Canada, there is so much more to it than just food.

There are cultural aspects to it, which I don’t think Canadians really understand.

So Quebec needs to do a lot better than it is doing right now, and it needs to become a major player in French-French and French-English and French language programs in Canada to create an official and comprehensive language association that would bring together all the regions of Canada that have a shared history and a common language.

And that’s what Quebec needs right now.