These traditional Newfoundland fish cakes have been made for countless generations using the most basic of ingredients like potatoes, salt fish and onions. Check the recipe page for a new twist that turns them into Eggs Benedict for your weekend brunch!

Newfoundland Fish Cakes

Apricot Coconut Crumble Bars – a buttery coconut crumble bar with a delicious apricot compote filling. Freezes quite well too.

Apricot Coconut Crumble Bars

Apricot Coconut Crumble Bars – a buttery coconut crumble bar with a delicious apricot compote filling. Freezes quite well too.(Recipes To Try Cookies)

Come taste traditional Newfoundland recipes such as Molasses Pudding from the place we call home. We only have the traditional Newfoundland recipes your mother & grandmother use to make!

Tonys 2017 Come From Away Molasses Pudding Newfoundland Recipe. Cookbook of Traditional Newfoundland Meals by Newfoundland.

The Best Newfoundland Raisin Tea Buns - http://www.rockrecipes.com/the-best-newfoundland-raisin-tea-buns/

The Best Newfoundland Raisin Tea Buns

Newfoundland Raisin Buns is a recipe that all our Nans baked. Still popular in local bakeries, these are perfect to serve with an afternoon cup of tea.

Gumdrop Cake - a dense buttery pound cake packed with brilliantly colored morsels of gumdrop candy. It's very popular during the Holidays here in Newfoundland and as a frosted birthday cake too.

Gumdrop Cake - a Newfoundland Holiday or Birthday Favourite

Gumdrop Cake - a dense buttery pound cake packed with brilliantly colored morsels of gumdrop candy. It's very popular during the Holidays here in Newfoundland and as a frosted birthday cake too. // Cut sugar to 1 cup. Baked for in bundt pan.

Cloudberries: Rubus chamaemorus is a rhizomatous herb native to alpine and arctic tundra and boreal forest, producing amber-colored edible fruit similar to the raspberry or blackberry

Fresh from the Oven March Challenge - Traditional Buttery French Croissants for Lazy Bistro Breakfasts

Cloudberries, Tea Buns & Chocolate Shoes: A Postcard from Newfoundland, Atlantic Canada

From the exotic island of Newfoundland, Canada:    'Bakeapples' or cloudberries. They are uniquely delicious

Cloudberries - native to Scandinavia and other arctic regions - popular in Norwegian and Swedish deserts. Ohmygosh, more fun fruit for me to try!

Oven Braised Corned Beef & Cabbage

Oven Braised Corned Beef & Cabbage

Oven Braised Corned Beef - Unsalted Beef Stock, corned beef brisket with seasoning packet, Dijon mustard, brown sugar. (Note: some add bay leaf, dark beer &/or apple juice.

Newfoundland Molasses Raisin Tea Buns - a traditional favorite that you can make plain or with fragrant spices.

Newfoundland Molasses Raisin Tea Buns - my decades old recipe for soft, delicious, sweet molasses raisin tea buns that can be made using cinnamon as well.

Make and share this Newfoundland Cod Chowder recipe from Food.com.

Newfoundland Cod Chowder

Blueberry Duff is a steamed pudding here in Newfoundland, sometimes served with dinner, sometimes as a dessert with a blueberry, brown sugar or rum sauce.

Blueberry Duff

Blueberry Duff is a steamed pudding here in Newfoundland, sometimes served with dinner, sometimes as a dessert with a blueberry, brown sugar or rum sauce.

Newfoundland Fish Cakes. A delicious comfort food tradition that\'s part of our collective culinary culture.

Newfoundland Fish Cakes

These traditional Newfoundland fish cakes have been made for countless generations using the most basic of ingredients like potatoes, salt fish and onions. Check the recipe page for a new twist that turns them into Eggs Benedict for your weekend brunch!

Apricot Fruitcake

Apricot Fruitcake

Apricot Fruitcake - This light apricot fruitcake recipe takes our very popular Apricot Raisin Cake and turns it into a moist, delicious Christmas fruitcake.

Newfoundland Toutons. The delight of every Newfoundlander, especially served with melting butter & a drizzle of molasses.

Newfoundland Toutons

Newfoundland toutons are a local treat consisting simply of slowly fried pieces of white dough, often in pork fat, traditionally served with molasses.

Blueberry Duff

Blueberry Duff

Blueberry Duff is a steamed pudding found in Newfoundland, Canada, sometimes served with dinner, sometimes as a dessert with a blueberry, brown sugar or rum sauce.

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