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

  • What to do with the kids now that school’s out

    Put them to work in the kitchen, of course. Kids are less stressed in the kitchen because they don’t worry so much about the end result and ...

  • Remembering dads

    I lost an old friend to prostate cancer this year; maybe you did, too. Today’s recipes are for all those still able to celebrate with their dads ...

  • Summer quilts

    It’s that time of year again, when all we can think about is what we’re going to eat at the next barbecue, and how we’re going to avoid eating at ...

  • Barbecue war chest

    It might not be blazing hot yet, but we’re already getting those invitations that come with a big responsibility — deciding what to bring ...

  • Catch any trout? Here’s what to do

    We had a miserable May 24 weekend, but I know you diehards were hip deep in water anyway. If you went troutin’, I hope you had a few left ...

  • Kitchens play key role in life and art

    Mary Pratt’s 50-year retrospective opened recently at The Rooms. Reporters asked her why she chose kitchen scenes as subjects and she said ...

  • Dinner for mom

    Everyone has someone who teaches and nurtures and loves and leaves a trail of good examples. It might be your mom … probably is your mom … but ...

  • Cooking with kids

    A week or so ago, my great-niece asked for help with her school project on England. We found recipes typical of that country, then thought about ...

  • Flowers and sunshine

    Yeah, I know … we can have our nastiest weather this time of year and any glimpses of sun we’ve had must be cherished but not dwelled upon.As an ...

  • The smell of spring

    No, not flowers—although there are a few sneaking out of the ground here and there. I’m talking about the shed warriors firing up their grills ...