- n. Canada alternative spelling of tourtière.
- n. a meat pie that is usually eaten at Christmas in Quebec
“Living in Quebec and having French Canadian relatives, the tourtiere is definitely a part of our Christmas celebration.”
“I made tourtiere for dinner this past Christmas and it was lovely.”
“I'm pretty clueless about Canadian cuisine as well outside of tourtiere, and now that I think about it, I'd be hard-pressed to describe "American" cuisine as well.”
“On Christmas Eve GC and I worked our weekly shift in the soup kitchen at the Shepherds of Good Hope, serving up tourtiere pie and cauliflower soup and pastries.”
“Wait a second: Adela, you use apples in your tourtiere?”
“I have so many different tourtiere recipes both old and new world.”
“Oh, my, I thought Robert's 'cake' would be more like tourtiere, but it's even more horrific-sounding than Spam.....”
“Your tourtiere looks quite good even for my very critical French Canadian eyes.”
“Ignore poutine, tourtiere & smoked meat: go for sugar pie.”
“On the menu were the main staples of a Franco festival: tourtiere and salmon pie.”
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