For a few hundred years now some of the tastiest and most unique dishes known have been coming out of Newfoundland kitchens. To the many housewives in our province the recipes in this section, verbally or in similar most recipes, are a part of daily living passed along from mother to daughter/son.
Most of the dishes are based on ingredients that are available locally for these have been readily obtainable to locals down through the years.
To our new residents of the province of Newfoundland and Labrador and to our many visitors we offer this part of our tradition and culture in the hope that you will try our favorites and enjoy them.
Newfoundland Peas Pudding is a traditional dish that is made from dried yellow peas that are soaked overnight and then boiled until they are soft and tender. The peas are then mashed and combined with butter. Often served as a side dish with meat and vegetables. Peas pudding is a hearty and flavorful dish that has been enjoyed in Newfoundland for generations. Click on above photo to see recipe.