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Deerfoot was a highly-esteemed brand of Sausage in America, often mentioned by brand name in menus.

The Deerfoot Farms Company was started in 1847 by Joseph Burnett (born 11 November 1820 in Southborough, Massachusetts; died 11 August 1894) as a dairy business, with the purchase of two farms. He was actually a trained pharmacist. He added pork and sausages to his product lines in 1871. The sausage and pork meat parts (spare ribs, bacon and "Deerfoot smoked Daisy Hams") came to be bigger than the dairy part of his business, but the dairy operations were continued nonetheless.

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Pot-en-Pot Québecois
Pot-en-Pot is a traditional seafood pot pie made in Îles-de-la-Madeleine, Québec.

To make it, soften shallots, onions, celery, carrots and small cubes of potato in a cooking pot for about 15 minutes, then add fishstock or water and seafood (scallops, lobster, shrimp, etc.), and cook a bit more. Then add flour to thicken, cook a bit, then add cream to make a cream sauce, and season with salt and pepper.

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