Strawberry-Rhubarb Ice Pops
These cool, creamy pops are a deliciously different way to use up the bounty from your rhubarb patch. —Donna Linihan, Moncton, New Brunswick
This is a pork spread that used to be very popular amongst French Canadian working in the woods. This is best appreciated spread on toasts or plain multigrain bread.
13 Mouth-Watering Foods to Eat (and Drink) in New Brunswick
We share 13 foods you have to eat when you visit New Brunswick, Canada; from fresh, local lobster to fiddlehead ferns and even tasty seaweed.
Canada's Craft Beer: Beer Names Honoring And Remembering
This week’s Canada’s Craft Beer post comes from our Atlantic Canada craft beer guy, Todd Beal. This week Todd looks at some beers that honour and remember local historical figures. Beer names can be many things, it can
Tempura Maki with Cured Fish, Because Cowboys Eat Sushi Too
Fair warning, this post is going to be a lengthy one. Lions, tigers, and bears, there will be a recipe; our advocating cooking by mass; and a review of a kitchen scale. Seemingly disparate subjects,
Vintage dessert recipes from Moncton's Marven's Biscuits - Brian Cormier
My late father worked at Marven’s Biscuits for 29 years from 1949-1978, so Marven’s memorabilia always interests me. After my father died last August, my cousin Louise Richard and her husband Maurice gave me a very special gift of an antique Marven’s cookie tin. In her Christmas card, Louise included a couple of vintage promotional […]