Profile of Cynthia Stone

Cynthia is a writer, editor and teacher in St. John's. Her weekly column Everyday Kitchen appears Saturday on the Food & Drink page, in the Lifestyles section

All articles of Cynthia Stone

  • Rolling with oats

    Or is it just that we have so many more oaty options on the grocery store shelves?Either way, you’re asking, so I’m telling.Whole oat kernels, ...

  • Taking stock

    The basic premise is that stock is an unseasoned or lightly seasoned extraction of flavour and gelatin from bones that will become the basis of a ...

  • Milk and cookies

    At my advanced age I’m not in any danger of being shocked — there’s nothing new in the world. I guess I can’t get over the barrage of lurid ...

  • First fruitcakes of the season

    Today, I’ve got a couple of updated kitchen treasures for you to consider as you ponder the upcoming baking season.Brazil Nut, Date and Cherry ...

  • A rush to get out the door

    The least I can do is offer you a few of the fastest meals ever to hit your tabletop.Honey-Mustard Glazed Pork Chops with Fresh Tomato ...

  • Pumped up pumpkin

    So, while you are out looking for the perfect jack-o-lantern pumpkin, why not pick up a five-pound baker and give these recipes a try?Most ...

  • A is for applefest

    It would have been great to bring some home but if you can’t get a bottle of shampoo on a plane I suppose 10 lbs. of apples would be a bit of a ...

  • Let’s talk turkey

    As the years fly by I think that people must be getting tired of talking about the seasons and the holidays and the events that mark the passing ...

  • Can’t let it go

    Penne with Roasted Carrots and Beet TopsThe satisfaction of a fridge full of vegetables grown in ground a couple of kilometres from my house is ...

  • Last kick at the cod

    It’s so scarce we’re even afraid to try something new in the kitchen for fear we won’t get our fill of a pan fry or be able to save a couple of ...