Sour Cream Cucumbers
We have a tradition at our house to serve this creamy cucumber salad with the other Hungarian specialties my mom learned to make from the women at church. It’s especially good during the summer when the cucumbers are freshly picked from the garden. —Pamela Eaton, Monclova, Ohio
Nova Scotia Seafood Chowder | Canadian Living
Chock-full of a variety of seafood, fish and vegetables, this rich soup is inspired by a similar chowder served at the Masstown Market, near Truro, N.S. Enjoy a hearty bowlful with Buttermilk Biscuits.
The Best Classic Canadian Butter Tarts - a definite keeper recipe!
The Best Classic Canadian Butter Tarts - there's a reason why we have a national obsession with these sweet, buttery, caramel-y tarts. I've sampled them in many places across the country and this thick pastry version is my favorite. Don't do the raisin debate, just leave them out if they are not your thing. Everyone should be able to enjoy them as they like them.
Live-blogging Atlantic Canada - Having a Merry Time in the Maritimes! | The GypsyNesters
The Maritimes is a region rich in history and our journey through it sets out where Canada began, on Prince Edward Island...
Nova Scotian Hodge Podge
This is an old favourite vegetable stew from Nova Scotia. Is typically made in the fall as gardens are just harvested. It is important that the freshest veggies are used. This recipe very much lends itself to tinkering by adding different vegetables and quantities.
Nova Scotia: Donair
After a late night on the East, East Coast, make a heading for donair: Spit-roasted beef finished with a quick sear on a flattop range, thrown in a piping hot flatbread, garnished with tomatoes and onions, then smothered in the signature garlicky-sweet donair sauce. This Haligonian eat will send sauce dripping down your chin, hands, arms, and front — and in no conceivable way is that a bad thing.
Coconut Bread Recipe - Food.com
This recipe was one of my Mom's. Easy enough to make, even for a first time baker and the results are a beautiful sweet bread with a nice texture. Enjoy it with your morning coffee or your afternoon tea!!
Whenever I make blueberry grunt, I think of my brother. Mostly because when we were kids we would replace the word “grunt” with an actual grunt. It was endlessly entertaining. (For us.)…