Every bonfire needs a special drink. This one takes advantage of ubiquitous East Coast rhubarb. Add more sugar if you prefer it less tart. You may also adjust the amount of rum as well.
Refreshing and sweet.
A traditional flavour.
This cocktail integrates Iceberg Vodka into a drink with several Newfoundland flavours. If you are a forager, the mint, partridge berries, and juniper are all ingredients you can look for through summer and into fall. Combine these ingredients with the spirits detailed below, a splash of fresh lemon juice and soda water, and you’ll be… Read More»
This is a crowd favourite and works really well if you’re using natural charcoal. Make it to your individual taste — barbecues are meant to be fun and unstructured, so mix your own ingredient amounts.
This refreshing salad is simple and surprising.
If you want more than just the basics topping your burger, this is a fresh flavoured combo with some crunch. She serves it on beef burgers with arugula and thinly sliced cucumbers.
A grilled twist on a classic picnic side dish.
When chanterelle season hits, local markets are flooded with them. Here’s a simple way to incorporate them as an appetizer no matter what else is on the menu.
Veggie burgers can be hard to grill because they tend to fall apart. The oats and bread crumbs in this version help it stay together and the grated vegetables and egg keep it from drying out.