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

  • Regatta Week barbecue

    Celebration SausagesSteaks and ribs often push their poor cousins to the side of the grill, but sausages are a great choice for a summer ...

  • Family from away

    I’m fortunate enough to have some of my little sweethearts visiting and here are a couple of the dishes I’m thinking of serving this week.Raisin ...

  • Our kind of recreation

    Open season is just hours away now, and how many of you are already salivating for that first fantastically fresh morsel? I hope these recipes ...

  • Gone fishing … in the kitchen

    It’s hard to imagine we haven’t thought of every way there is to cook salmon and trout, but each year I catch wind of a new flavour combination ...

  • Not our holiday, but what the heck

    If we’re borrowing the holiday, we might as well borrow the menu, too. Today I’ve got two recipes that thousands of cooks just to the south are ...

  • Backyard birthday party

    Whether you’ve stretched it into a holiday or are just planning a get-together on the back deck, you’re probably considering what sweet Canada ...

  • Kids on the loose

    A common strategy is to fill the fridge and cupboards with snacks so they can graze all day long. What if you expanded that activity just a ...

  • A manly menu for dear old dad

    Grilled Monster Chops with Whisky Barbecue SaucePork rules on the barbecue, and this recipe will satisfy the most discriminating griller. If the ...

  • Berry optimistic

    We need to be prepared and although the berries are not quite at their prime yet, they are at least in all the sale flyers and that’s a ...

  • Try a jug of liquid refreshment

    In Mexico and other hot, southern locales, folks refer to refreshing drinks as aguas, or waters. They know that cloyingly sweet or strongly ...