Canadian cuisine has a wide variety of dishes as it follows: a French-Canadian fast-food called Poutine which contains French fries, cheese curds and gravy. Caesar cocktail is made from votka, clamato juice (clam-tomato juice), Tabasco sauce, Worchestershire sauce in a salt-rimmed glass. This cocktail was invented in Calgary in 1969. Another Canadian dish is represented by Lumberjack’s Breakfast aka Logger's Breakfast which consists of eggs, bacon, ham, sausages and large pancakes. In 1915, in the North part of Ontario, butter tart was invented and this is made of sugar, eggs, butter, raisins, pecans and flavour. A delicious meat pie originating from Quebec is Tourtiere and, in order to cook it, you need the following ingredients: onions, pork, and celery. In most Canadian Chinese restaurants, Ginger beef has become one of the most famous dishes. A street food originated in Halifax in called Donairs and it is a variation on the Middle-Eastern Doner kebab; the ingredients needed to obtain Donairs are slices of meat, sauce containing condensed milk, sugar, vinegar, and garlic powder.