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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.

1 of the best newfoundland cakes  In War times, Eggs, Butter, & Milk were rationed. Creative Cooks discovered this easy & economical recipe for making a cake. It, thus, was given the name " War Cake "    .

1 of the best newfoundland cakes In War times, Eggs, Butter, & Milk were…

Perfect Sticky Toffee Pudding - Rock Recipes -The Best Food & Photos from my St. John's, Newfoundland Kitchen.

The best sticky toffee pudding & toffee sauce I've ever tried. Its crumb structure stands up when baked but collapses in the mouth to a sticky soft texture. A perfect, satisfying, indulgent comfort food dessert.

Rock Recipes Newfoundland Ham and Split Pea Soup with Doughboy.

Newfoundland Style Ham and Split Pea Soup with Dough Boys - Rock Recipes -The Best Food & Photos from my St. Lave out ham/salt beef

Newfoundland Snowballs - an over 50 year old recipe for this Christmas essential treat for anyone from Canada's most eastern province. My Nan Morgan's recipe is the best you will ever try; soft, fudgy and oh so wonderfully full of delicious memories.

From Rock Recipes The Perfect Newfoundland Snowballs Recipe - my grandmother's recipe for these oatmeal and fudge balls has consistently been in our TOP TEN recipes for the past 6 years.

Newfoundland Recipes    Hardtact  

Newfoundland Recipes Hardtact

Episode 78: First written in 1958, the Treasury of Newfoundland Dishes is a compilation of recipes from thousands of contributors across the province. We set off to beautiful Newfoundland for a fishing, hunting, and cooking adventure, in which we encounter screech, scoff, and a lot of east coast pride. Can we west coasters pull off a meal to satisfy a Newfoundland-born-and-raised chef?

"Treasury of Newfoundland Dishes" by Sally West & Home Economics Association of Newfoundland