The Treasury of Newfoundland Dishes has been a family favourite since it was first published in 1958. It includes hundreds of nutritious and delicious recipes, all of which were tested and approved by professional home economists.
Despite being out of print since 1983, the Treasury has maintained its reputation as one of the best collections of authentic local recipes ever published. Homemakers across Newfoundland submitted thousands of recipes as well as local sayings and lore. Copies have been handed down from mothers to their children, given as gifts, used until they have fallen apart, and their absence mourned when replacement copies were no longer available.
With this new edition, another generation can enjoy dishes which have long been celebrated at the tables of families throughout Newfoundland.
Sally West, a spokesperson for Cream of the West Flour, helped create this cookbook, together with the Newfoundland Home Economics Association.
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