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

  • The big finale

    Refrigerated Red Pepper & Ginger JamMaking jam hardly seems like an easy party solution, but this divine concoction is simple and can be made ...

  • Countdown to feasting

    This time of year the stores would make a saint cranky, so not being anything even remotely related to a saint, I must have strategies to stave ...

  • Last chance for holiday baking

    You are probably thinking about the final cookie you might like to offer visitors or family. If you’re having trouble narrowing it down, may I ...

  • Unbaking holiday cookies

    The theme today is no baking necessary, so these are great options for getting the kids involved — they enjoy sweet treats all the more when ...

  • The great cookie kick-off

    These aren’t the newest or the most innovative cookies — there are no pinches of finishing sea salt on top of caramel and no goji berries ...

  • Fruitcake: from novice to expert

    Let’s assume it’s not your fault, first.If someone you know hasn’t already made the cake, then at least get the recipe from a trusted cookbook. ...

  • Going green

    I arrived one minute after the garage door opened and there were about five parking stalls left. Assuming you’re all holiday shopping already, ...

  • One-pot wonders

    For me, cabbage rolls are a dead-of-winter dish ... lots of steps and time in between them to enjoy a leisurely day in the kitchen. We're not ...

  • Bringing up your game

    I can’t resist sizing up your cart because you might have something more delicious planned than I do, but lately what I see are mountains of ...

  • Scary treats

    That was inevitable, I suppose, because treats aren’t really treats anymore, and knocking on strangers’ doors doesn’t seem quite as wholesome as ...