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

  • 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 ...

  • Back to our roots

    Just goes to show, we can’t escape our roots no matter where we go. Lineups at the local farmers markets, and our strange outgoing mail, tell me ...