Dramatic views are available both inside and out from this remarkable Sandy Cove home located on the Digby Neck. Photos: Michael Carty
To truly appreciate the scope of the Dixon’s transformation of their bungalow home, check out this gallery on photos of the completed project. Photos: Darrell Edwards.
Carmel sauces comes in all sorts of varieties. This one I’ve adapted from various recipes, until I got it to where I wanted it. If you like a thicker caramel, add less whipping cream. For thinner, add a little more. Just be sure not to step away from your range as sugar burns quickly, and… Read More»
Many thanks to test-baker extraordinaire Lisa Brow for her idea of a maple whipped cream with this dish, and for the suggestion of baking it in a bundt cake pan.
An Acadian pantry is incomplete without molasses. I found many versions of this cake while digging around. It is a very simple yet dignified cake that can easily be eaten out of hand or as a quick snack when you’re headed out the door on a cold winter’s day. At the end of a meal,… Read More»
Quality dark chocolate elevated s’mores to a level that pleased all our beach gourmands.
Fresh bread on the bonfire added a certain excitement. It didn’t rise as well as in the oven, but the fun was worth it.
Mini-burgers or sliders are all the rage, but these burgers bring back memories of long-ago Girl Guides’ camping trips. Vary herbs to your preference.
A neighbour’s discovery of an old sandwich maker, perfect for the bonfire, made this sandwich particularly appealing (a cast-iron frying pan also works). Red onion slices confirmed that this is no ordinary grilled cheese sandwich.
This recipe, based on a low country boil, would traditionally include shrimp instead of mussels. You can alter the spices, depending on your heat tolerance. Old Bay Seasoning is an alternative to your own blend.