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

  • Spring vegetable celebration

    Fettuccini with Asparagus and GarlicDon’t let the simplicity of this recipe fool you. The flavours are full and complex and take best advantage ...

  • 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 ...