Traditional Newfoundland Cod au Gratin (a favourite!)
Cod au Gratin is a traditional Newfoundland recipe with the star ingredient being, of course, cod! There's a lovely little béchamel or white sauce covering the fish. Then, it's topped with cheese and breadcrumbs and oven baked until bubbly and brown. So comforting and delicious!
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.
The Perfect Newfoundland Snowballs Recipe - just like Nan made!
Newfoundland Snowballs - the most searched for Newfoundland recipe on RockRecipes.com. Soft chocolate fudge balls with the goodness of oatmeal and coconut. These freeze exceptionally well and my kids actually prefer to eat them frozen, just like I did as a child.
Six things you must do in... Newfoundland, Canada
Gareth Huw Davies heads to Canada and picks out the best of Newfoundland - from whale-watching and mountain walks to finding astonishing Viking remains...
Here’s Why You MUST Visit Newfoundland
There’s something about growing up in a place that ingrains it so deeply in your heart. That’s not to say that I was in love with the place my whole life–it was all I knew. Sure, …
Newfoundland Cherry Cake - a local Christmas favourite!
Newfoundland Cherry Cake is a big local favourite especially during the Holidays. The secret in this recipe is undiluted evaporated milk for added richness.
10 Things to See and Do in St. John's, Newfoundland - Gone With The Family
10 Things to See and Do in St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada | Gone with the Family
Getting a Feel for Canada's East Coast in St. John's, Newfoundland
One day might not nearly be enough time to explore St. John’s, but I feel like I got a taste for this friendly and scenic part of Canada, especially after wandering around the historic Signal Hill area.