'Incoming Puffin!' by Richard Steel

Incoming Puffin, Richard Steel, British Wildlife Photographer on A study of avian landing gear.

Rum Raisin Bread Pudding- an old fashioned favourite dessert that takes only a few simple ingredients to create something exceptionally delicious.

Rum Raisin Bread Pudding

This Rum Sauce a.a Rum & Butter Sauce or Rum Caramel Sauce, is an outstandingly delicious addition to desserts like bread pudding, apple pie or ice cream!

Newfoundland 1922

CBC NL

Newfoundland What my mom talked about. Snow to the top of the house. i remember this happening when i was a kid living in Gander

Bakeapples

Bakeapples in Nova Scotia and Newfoundland, don't think we have them in the U. Maybe in Maine but don't know.

Sea stacks along the Gulf of St. Lawrence, Gros Morne National Park. Newfoundland

Gros Morne National Park is a World Heritage Site located on the island of Newfoundland in the Gulf of St.

I love traditional, regional recipes and spotted this one in a Newfoundland magazine called Downhomer submitted by Lila Young. I have not made it but it sounds very interesting even with the high fat content. They are like a Newfoundland First Nations Bannock. The pork fat is referred to as scrunchins in the recipe but that is not in the computer vocabulary so I called it fatback pork

Newfoundland Toutons

I love traditional, regional recipes and spotted this one in a Newfoundland magazine called Downhomer submitted by Lila Young. I have not made it but it sounds very interesting even with the high fat content. They are like a Newfoundland First Nations Bannock. The pork fat is referred to as scrunchins in the recipe but that is not in the computer vocabulary so I called it fatback pork

A Newfoundland Mummer. From the Cover of The Walrus magazine, *Photo by Johan Hallberg-Campbell

Walrus art director Brian Morgan interviews the creator of the magazine's May 2011 cover

St. John's Newfoundland, The Mummers Parade.

JOHN'S, NL - A mummer disguised with a piece of a tablecloth played traditional Newfoundland folk songs on the accordion as the procession moved through the snow lined streets of downtown St. Photo by Stephen Norman.

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