Newfoundland Toutons - a much loved local favourite!
Newfoundland toutons are a local treat consisting simply of slowly fried pieces of white dough, often in pork fat, traditionally served with molasses.
On Canada Day 2008, The Dominion Institute released the results of a national survey of what Canadians felt were the 101 people, places, symbols, events and accomplishments that most define Canada. On October 20, 2008, the Dominion Institute and Key Porter Books released a new publication that brings together leading Canadian authors, historians and actors to comment on the list.
Newfoundland Pea Soup & Dough Boys - a local favourite!
Traditional Newfoundland Pea Soup & Dough Boys - made with leftover ham or salt beef; a hearty local favourite that has warmed many a belly over the decades
Jiggs Dinner Recipe - Newfoundland.ws
Soak meat in cold water overnight (6-8) hours. Drain meat and place in large pot. Tie peas in cloth bag, leaving room for expansion, and put bag in pot...
Newfoundland Part II: Bonavista Peninsula — Mallory Jemima Stanton
(This is a continuation of my Newfoundland Travel Guide. For St. John's and Fogo Island, check out my other two posts!) About 3 hours northwest of St. John's by car, the Bonavista Peninsula runs about 85 km (50-ish miles) long and is flanked by the Trinity Bay to the east and the Bonavista Bay to t
Classic Newfoundland Christmas Cookie Recipes. Some all time favorites!
Classic Newfoundland Christmas Cookie Recipes. A simple collection of some of the most popular cookie recipes from my childhood Christmases in Newfoundland.
Canada Fun Facts #infographic
We love Canada and have a ton of fun facts you probably didn't know! Check out these fun facts about the second largest country in the world!
Newfoundland Fish Cakes - a decades old traditional favourite!
These traditional Newfoundland fish cakes have been made for countless generations using the most basic of ingredients like potatoes, salt fish and onions.
Mistaken Point: UNESCO World Heritage Site - Everything Everywhere
Background information, travel tips, and guide when visiting Mistaken Point, one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Canada.