It is a wonderful citrus cake that is perfect for Christmas! It has coffee in it so you can get that extra caffeine bump if you have it for breakfast on Christmas Day! I make it eggless as my son has allergies to eggs.
Hear me out, I know most people see fruit cake as a holiday tradition to be endured rather than enjoyed, but these bars are different. With less sugar than a traditional cake and a dose of rum, the fruit comes out pleasantly chewy. After one, no one will turn down a second.
A holiday classic that’s as easy to make as it is to snack on.
Bossé’s mother would make this chowder on Thursdays in the weekly soup rotation, as they would often have run out of meat by then in the week. This version features canned corn to make it both economical and handy.
This French-inspired dish is loaded with lobster, crab, scallops, and clams in a thick, creamy broth elegantly flavoured with summer savory. Serves 8
Anything that could be harvested rather than bought was sure to be an Acadian staple in days gone by, as the winters were long and money was often scarce. Serves 2–4 Directions:
A traditional Newfoundland dish chock full of flavour with the addition of salted pork and cod. Serves 4
A combination of smoked salmon and guanciale give this chowder a layer of depth and smokiness. Serves 4
This recipe makes a soft, chewy cookie and is so easy do do with the kids!
This is a family favourite! My grandmother and mother created a recipe book for me and this recipe was in here – TWICE. That’s how much we love it. I’m a food blogger and this was one of my most popular recipes back when I shared it a few years ago.