With the freshest ingredients from our oceans, lakes, rivers, game, plants and gardens. Lobster. Cod. Caribou. Salmon. Moose. Served up in recipes handed down generation to generation.
Taste recipes you’ve never heard of. With names you’ll never forget. Colcannon, Doughboys, Pea Soup, Salt Fish and Brewis, Toutons, and Cod Tongues to name a few. Come make new friends over a delicious Jigg’s Dinner, long the staple of a traditional Newfoundland ‘scoff’. There’s sure to be a song and a dance and a ‘yarn’ to follow. For desert try Figgy Duff, a delicious 16th-century steamed pudding that’s still very much a favorite today.
For a taste of the new Newfoundland and Labrador cuisine, try Salmon Ravioli, Braised Rabbit Pie, Caribou Bourguignon, and Bakeapple Cheesecake.
Traditional recipes found on this site have been submitted by our visitors, found in old Newfoundland recipe cook books, etc. We do not copy recipes from other websites and we hope that other websites do not re-post/copy the recipes found on this website. Photo may not be exactly from recipe, all recipe photos believed to be public domain. Thank you
Newfoundland Cream Puff Recipe Add butter and salt to boiling water in a saucepan and bring to a boil. Add flour all at once and stir vigorously until mixture forms a stiff ball. Remove from heat. Add eggs, one at a time, and beat each time until mixture is smooth. Shape puffs on a greased …
Gingersnaps cookies, with their warm and spicy flavors, are a beloved treat that never goes out of style. These delectable cookies are not only a delightful treat for your taste buds but also hold a special place in the hearts of many for their nostalgic charm. Click on above photo to see recipe.
Newfoundland, shares a fascinating connection with Scotland that has left an indelible mark on its culture and heritage. This bond traces its roots back to the 16th century when Scottish settlers first arrived on the shores of Newfoundland. Click on above photo to see recipe.
Gooseberry chutney, a delightful condiment, adds a burst of sweet and tangy flavor to your meals. Made from fresh gooseberries, this chutney is a versatile accompaniment that complements a variety of dishes. Click on above photo to see recipe.
Rhubarb is an age-old tradition in many Newfoundland gardens. Hardy and tolerant of the island’s poor soil and weather conditions, the rhubarb plant returns every spring. Click on above photo to see recipe.