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

  • Savour our shrimp while you can

    The first problem we can’t do much about — the stocks are not as robust as they were post-cod moratorium. The second problem is that the federal ...

  • Quickest meals ever

    Red Pepper Tomato SoupThe TV chef who makes gourmet meals in 15 minutes makes me a little angry because I don’t believe for one second that I ...

  • Hamming it up

    I consider lamb or turkey or roast beef, but ham always seems to make it to my table in the end, partly because it’s followed by a big pot of pea ...

  • April showers

    Now the children are getting married and having kids of their own.Not sure where the time went, and the cost of a gift has certainly changed, but ...

  • Q1 gone already

    The way the wind’s been whistling this past week I’m not exactly ready to stretch out on a chaise on the back deck, but sweet breads and fluffy ...

  • Bridging the weather gap

    Creamy Asparagus and Green Pea SoupAsparagus yells spring right out of your fridge, but if you’re not quite ready to give up the long underwear ...

  • Where the meat comes from

    If you search the web today for the new game that vilifies seal hunters you’ll get a few million results without much difficulty. The ersatz ...

  • For beginners and pros

    How many of you are nodding now? I’m guessing lots. It can be intimidating reading a recipe that contains unusual ingredients or techniques that ...

  • Sharing the big brekkie

    Let’s get the easiest stuff out of the way first. A fruit salad to start is a great way to buy a few extra minutes in the kitchen. Include ...

  • In a Mardi Gras mood? Go Creole

    Usually the understudy, not the star, rice is worth showcasing in the right recipe. Try one of these and see if you don’t agree with me.There are ...