Strawberry Cointreau Cream Cheese Stuffed French Toast - here's another terrific weekend brunch idea featuring fresh, ripe, juicy strawberries and a honey and orange liqueur infused cream cheese filling.
Aunt Aggie's Peanut Butter Cookies - I've been baking this recipe courtesy of my Aunt Aggie (a.k.a. Martha) for decades. They are soft, chewy, buttery, with crispy edges and I've never had better anywhere. Fantastic with added chocolate chips too!
Molasses Raisin Tea Buns ~ combine AP flour, sugar, baking powder and baking soda, cinnamon, nutmeg; cut in butter; stir in raisins; add molasses, milk and vanilla extract and mix to form a dough; roll to 1" thick, cut buns and place in baking pan; bake until done, cool slightly and serve warm or store until serving time, enjoy!
Newfoundland Molasses Raisin Bread - a great recipe from our archives, this old fashioned favorite is still very popular here on The Rock, especially during the Holidays. Toasting this "Lassie" Raisin Bread on Christmas morning with gobs of melting butter is a delicious memory for some and still a must-have at Christmas for many, many more.
Lemon Sage Butter Roasted Turkey - (Served with Maple Roasted Fall Vegetables) The lemon sage butter gets tucked under the skin of the bird to infuse its flavor directly into the meat while adding extra moisture to ensure a succulent, juicy roast turkey. A link to the Maple Roasted Vegetables is also included with the recipe.