It's no secret that Canada offers delicacies that other countries don't, especially in the food department. This Canadian celebrity chef has shared tons of his favourite Northern treats with us. Now that it's the holidays he's revealed another. Antoni Porowski's Quebec Christmas trip just got a whole lot more Canadian with his most recent Instagram story.\nThe Queer Eye star recently returned home from working in LA and has been posting about it ever since.\nHe first shared some gifts he was bringing home to his family... the food of course. Recording a wooden box of white truffles he captioned the video, "almost ruined Xmas and nearly forgot to bring these to fam."\nantoni | Instagram\nHe even had the food delivered specially for him before catching his flight up North, "A special delivery for one of my favourite people."\nView this post on Instagram A special delivery for one of my favorite people @antoni @queereye And Yes! Antoni is an even bigger sweetheart in person. A post shared by Ian Purkayastha (@ianpurkayastha) on Dec 19, 2019 at 10:24am PST\nPorowski has also been extremely excited about reuniting with his puppy. Not only did he post a story of himself having a tug-of-war game with the dog, but he also posed for a family portrait in front of the Christmas tree at his family home, "woah just noticed there’s a Santa there."\nView this post on Instagram woah just noticed there’s a Santa there A post shared by Antoni Porowski (@antoni) on Dec 22, 2019 at 5:56pm PST\nHowever, the most Canadian part of his entire hometown return is the candy he recorded himself eating, maple toffee. Not just any maple toffee though, but some made in Quebec.\nHe called the Canadian treat, "the stuff of dreams and cardiovascular disease."\nThis recent junk food binge is potentially even more Canadian than the chef's inability to resist Tim Hortons Timbits.\nantoni | Instagram Story\nHis affinity for Canadian junk food isn't a new thing. Porowski was recently visiting Canada back in November where he admitted to feeling deprived of Canadian snacks in America.\nSo deprived that the first thing he bought when he landed was a bag of salt & vinegar Crispers.\nWith Christmas and New Year's just days away now, it wouldn't be surprising if the Quebec native shared even more of his favourite Canadian foods with fans.\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.