On Tastes Like Home Catherine Fulvio travels to Newfoundland and goes Whale Watching in search for Humpbacks and Minke Whales, she visits Quidi Vidi village and Cape Spear Lighthouse and “The Rooms Museum” which houses an exhibit showing when and where the Irish arrived and settled in Newfoundland. She meets a new arrival Dubliner Kevin Massey who owns and runs a bakery in St. Johns home, he also acts as a Food Guide at the local market & introduces Catherine to other local artisan producers. Jan makes sure Catherine tastes some of the more local dishes like Moose, Cod Tongues and partridgeberry pudding, as well as getting Catherine “Screeched In” and the girls have a go at “Axe Throwing”.
Our contributors are Sisters Claire Auld and Jan Houston. Claire lives in Fethard-on-Sea and is married to William, an organic farmer, and they have two daughters. Jan has been living abroad since the 80’s she met and married her husband Bill 25 years ago and today they live in St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada.
Snowy Mountain Apple +Smoked Mackerel Pate
“The pate was something our Mother used to make for us when we were young so quite a sentimental dish. Our mother used to The Snowy Mountain Apple for our Sunday lunch desert sometimes and I think it was definitely made up by her, both she and Jan weren’t big desert people but Jan loved this dish.”