The buckle cake is a North American recipe which calls for lots of fruit – lots! While berries are typically used, other fruits can be substituted! Click here for: Blog post – Rhubarb and Strawberry Buckle Cake
This soup has unusual ingredients, but it is easy to put together, and quite delicious. Definitely something to have in your repertoire! Click here for: Blog post – Astoria Bulgar Soup
This baked salmon will become a standby for us. It is quite outstanding and not as difficult as you might expect. Click here for: Blog post – Baked Salmon
Pecan pie is one of the traditional dishes of the USA. This recipe gives a pie that will set with a crusty top and almost gooey interior! For the recipe, click here – Pecan Pie
The batter on their fish was amazing, perhaps the lightest and most delicious batter we have ever eaten on anything other than tempura! For the recipe, click here – Feather Light Fish Batter
In the Maritime Provinces of Canada , small outlets sell jars of preserved lobster and clams. Basically they are cooked in the jars in which they are sold and they can be used to make a wonderful pasta dish! For the recipe, click here – Pasta with Preserved Lobster and Clams
A full page from the newspaper was taped to the glass door. It included a photo of a large slice of strawberry crowned cheesecake and the words “the strawberry blonde cheesecake is to die for and worth the month on the treadmill”! For the recipe, click here – New York City – The Big Cheesecake!
If you have been to the US, you may have enjoyed a rack of pork ribs at a barbecue restaurant. The meat would have fallen off the bone, been as tender as, and would have been smothered in a zingy barbecue sauce. Click here for: Blog post – Pork Ribs Blog post – Belly Pork, Pineapple, Crackling