Squashberry Cake

Moving house is interesting.  We recently picked up sticks and moved to be closer to work.  Now, instead of a thirty minute drive to work, it’s a couple minutes walk.  There’s less wear and tear on the car, on the environment, and on our pocketbook.  So it’s good all around.  Because we had to pack…

Apple Oat Loaf

My family came up to visit this week and we wanted to show them around the area, so we did a little sight-seeing.  Just a little drive up the road is Homestead Orchards.  They used to be a dairy farm but the owners switched over to apples a few years back and now the son…

Summer Savoury Biscuits

Ask anyone from the province about savoury and they will tell you that it’s a staple in most Newfoundland kitchens.  Summer savoury is an annual herb and is hearty enough to survive the short Atlantic growing season.  It’s flavour is similar to the winter variety and is sometimes used as a substitute for sage. Newfoundlanders…

Molasses Drop Cookies

I remember these cookies fondly.  My mother made them often and I used to grab two or three of them with a tall glass of cold milk.  These molasses drop cookies are soft, chewy, and full of molasses flavour.  The cinnamon and ginger help round out the slight bitterness that molasses can bring.  I guarantee…

Scrunchies

No, this isn’t a post about the elasticty donut a lot of women sported in their hair in the eighties.  It’s about a drop cookie and this drop cookie is chock-a-block full of different ingredients from all over my pantry.  There’s creamy coconut, chocolate chips, and crunchy peanuts.  It almost sounds like I’m writing an…

Partridge Berry Mini Muffins

If you visit Newfoundland during the summer and early fall you may see people parked by the side of the highway.  They will be sitting there in metal lawn chairs with plastic ice cream buckets at their feet.  Those buckets are probably filled with freshly picked berries.  When we were kids, my brother and I…

Cinnamon Bun Rice Krispie Bites

It took me a little while to think about what I wanted to write for this post.  Usually I try to connect it with Newfoundland or some childhood memory I have growing up there.  But I got to thinking that this is my blog and I can just post a recipe of something I like…

Cranberry Almond Loaf

When we were kids my brother and I would go cross country skiing with my father.  There were many places outside town where we lived.  One could drive about 15 minutes outside town, park the car on the side of the highway, and just go.  Of course, you would look for snowmobile tracks or something…

Where’s my Mummy?

It’s the week before Halloween and I thought it would be fun to get a little Halloween dessert post in.  Of course, you’re probably inundated with pumpkin spice flavoured everything.  September had barely begun and I was pumpkin spiced out.  Drinks, cookies, breads, Kisses®, goodness knows what else.  I’ve even made a few pumpkin flavoured…

Apple Pandowdy

One of the things I love about the fall is the crispness that’s in the air.  It’s cool enough that you’ll still need a jacket, but not so cold that you need to bundled up to the gills.  That will come later. I took advantage of the lovely weather and took the dog for a…