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Newfoundland and Labrador Recipes and Food Culture

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As part of our regional focus on Newfoundland and Labrador, we collect a list on its food culture.
Rock Recipes

Rock Recipes

The Best Food From My Newfoundland Kitchen
edition:Paperback
also available: eBook
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From RockRecipes.com creator Barry C. Parsons’ home kitchen to yours – Rock Recipes: The Best Food from my Newfoundland Kitchen gathers together some of the most popular dishes Parsons has ever posted – and includes a healthy serving of brand new fare as well! A self-described “lifelong food obsessive”, Parsons has spent years developing and adapting recipes in his own kitchen for his popular blog. After seven years in business, RockRecipes.com boasts close to 200,000 followers, both i …

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Newfoundland Recipes

Newfoundland Recipes

edition:Paperback
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Since its first printing in 1979, there have been twenty-eight printings of this popular cookbook; a total of well over 70,000 in print. Although small in size, it contains the recipes for many of Newfoundland's most preferred dishes.

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Sharing My Best

Sharing My Best

The Classic Cookbook of Newfoundland Recipes
edition:Paperback
tagged : canadian

Newfoundland mother, grandmother, and homemaker, Shirley Wornell offers her time-tested, classic recipes. For years, Shirley nourished family and friends in her kitchen as they laughed and argued over wide, generous plates, heaped high with delicious food.

 

 

 

Sharing My Best invites you into her kitchen, where she creates delicious foods only a traditional Newfoundland hearth can produce. Shirley’s fondest wish is for you to share her favourite meals with your friends and family over and over a …

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For Maids Who Brew & Bake

For Maids Who Brew & Bake

Rare & Excellent Recipes from 17th Century Newfoundland
edition:Paperback
also available: Paperback
tagged : canadian

Curious cures and delicious recipes from the 17th century are to be found within these pages. With syllabub and loblolly, pottage and spiced bread, this book describes a way of life long gone. It holds a collection of interesting and tasty tidbits with everything from dream interpretation to diet tips:

 

 

 

“use a measure of eating that thou mayst live long and if thou wilt be in health, then hold thine handes.”

 

 

 

Excerpts from old English manuscripts and Newfoundland letters paint a vivid pict …

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Northern Newfoundland Cooking

Northern Newfoundland Cooking

Traditional Kitchen Recipes From The Viking Trail
edition:Paperback
tagged : canadian

Ada J. Gillard grew up on the remote and rugged Great Northern Peninsula of Newfoundland. She is the author of ten books in genres of romance, children’s, poetry, and short story collection; self-published a cookbook called Can I Lick the Bowl?; and wrote another culinary companion called A Visual Guide to Table Settings and Table Manners.

 

Ada J. Gillard’s writings have garnered a Literary Excellence Award, a Creative Arts and Science Award, and ten Editor’s Choice Awards for Poetry.

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Rock Recipes 2

Rock Recipes 2

More Great Food From My Newfoundland Kitchen
edition:Paperback
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Rock Recipes 2: More Great Food From My Newfoundland Kitchen ignores the trends and fads to serve up real food perfected in a real home kitchen.With eyewidening main dishes, easy sides, and lip-smacking desserts, Parsons delivers great fare for any occasion. Featuring beautiful and helpful full-colour photos for every recipe and enlightening cooking tips gleaned from years of experience, Rock Recipes 2 makes preparation easy and family mealtime the highlight of every day.

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Rough Food

Rough Food

The Seasons of Subsistence in Northern Newfoundland
edition:Paperback

"Rough food is your staples, your Winter's diet. The things you got in the Fall to see you through 'til Spring." - Northern Peninsula Resident

This book details how and why northern Newfoundlanders have lived off the land, as unyielding as it is, for a significant proportion of their food, shelter and fuel. Omohundro documents the self-sufficient dimension of rural life and examines recent changes, looking towards future developments.

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Baking as Biography

Baking as Biography

A Life Story in Recipes
edition:eBook
also available: Hardcover Paperback
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Hidden among the simple lists of ingredients and directions for everyday foods are surprising stories. In Baking as Biography, Diane Tye considers her mother’s recipe collection, reading between the lines of the aging index cards to provide a candid and nuanced portrait of one woman’s life as mother, minister’s wife, and participant in local Maritime women’s networks.

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