Jessica Rempel
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Traditional Newfoundland Cod au Gratin. #seafood #Canadian_recipes

A classic Newfoundland dish, Cod au Gratin is a made with cod,covered in a white sauce, topped with bread crumbs & cheese and baked until bubbly and brown.

Five Star Bars are more a confection than a cookie bar with coconut and graham crumbs suspended in chewy caramel like base, topped with chocolate. Make and bake them in only about a half hour; a real Newfoundland favourite, especially around the Holidays.

¼ cup melted butter 2 cups graham cracker crumbs 2 cups unsweetened coconut A 10 ounce can sweetened condensed milk 1 teaspoon vanilla For the top 1 cup chocolate chips (use your preference of milk chocolate, semi sweet or dark)

Eat-More Bar Squares - an easy candy confection! These chewy, crunchy candy squares are the perfect marriage of peanut and chocolate flavours.

No Bake Christmas Cookies - 15 easy recipes that are freezer friendly too! A collection of popular no bake cookies that are perfect for Christmas treats.

Newfoundland Christmas Slush - a frosty blend of pineapple & citrus juices frozen together with amber rum to create a base for a delicious Holiday cocktail.

Newfoundland Christmas Slush - a frosty blend of pineapple & citrus juices frozen together with amber rum to create a base for a delicious Holiday cocktail.

Ginger Beef. I prefer poaching instead of frying, but try different things and see if what you like best

30 Minute Ginger Beef – I could eat this every day of my life and never grow tired of it. And, with only 30 minutes from prep to table, there’s really no reason why I shouldn’t!