Newfoundland Raisin Buns - a decades old tea bun recipe like Nan made!
Traditional Newfoundland tea buns are a cousin to scones and biscuits. Everyone's Mom or Nan made them. Perfect with a steaming cup of tea.
Bakeapple Cheesecake. A Newfoundland favourite that's so easy to make!
Bakeapple is the Newfoundland word for Cloudberry, a deliciously intense northern berry that makes for an amazing topping on a creamy vanilla cheesecake.
Gumdrop Cake. A traditional Holiday or birthday cake in Newfoundland.
Gumdrop Cake. A dense buttery pound cake packed with brilliantly coloured morsels of gumdrop candy. It's very popular during the Holidays or as a birthday cake here in Newfoundland
Newfoundland Figgy Duff. A generations old tradition.
Newfoundland Figgy Duff has nothing to do with figs; raisins were once referred to as figs here and are always added to this traditional steamed pudding.
Lassy Bread Recipe - Newfoundland.ws
Dissolve yeast in lukewarm water to which sugar has been added. Leave undisturbed for 10-15 minutes until yeast is bubbly. In saucepan, heat milk...
The Newfoundland pine marten is a genetically distinct subspecies of the American marten found only on the island of Newfoundland in the province of Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada.
Up the Harbour, Down the Shore: Newfoundland Sayings - 6 inch wooden hand embroidery hoop
Hand embroidery hoop featuring the phrase "up the harbour, down the shore"; common directions in Newfoundland, and also song lyrics! Between the phrases is a skiff, a small boat commonly used for fishing in Newfoundland. I used the colour green to represent being "up the harbour" where you'll find green fields and forests, and blue for "down the shore" to represent being at the shoreline of the ocean. Design and stitching are hand done by me, making each piece unique. If you're looking for a…