News and Articles from the NBWI
You could also transfer the ingredients for this Hawaiian-inspired recipe to a crockpot after browning the pork for a luau-ready dinner without the fuss.
Ever tried pineapple with lobster? This classic appetizer recipe was originally printed in our 1978 NBWI cookbook. Brave palates back then!
Don’t wait for the party! This recipe is easily halved so you can make this fun drink as a treat for the kids – or yourself – any day of the week.
Originally printed in 1978, this classic chocolate popsicle is a crowd favourite. Especially on hot, humid New Brunswick summer days!
‘Shrubs’ are vinegar-based drink concentrates, infused with fruit, juice, or herbs. Ours uses raspberries, but use this ratio with near any fruit.
Now don’t get intimidated by the fancy-schmancy name! This is a fun and easy no-bake recipe to make with the kids in celebration of spring.
New Brunswick branches will sew non-surgical masks to help reduce the spread of COVID-19 and will donate the products of their efforts to those in need.
Her Honour, the Honourable Brenda L. Murphy, Lieutenant Governor of New Brunswick, will join the ranks of impressive women as Patroness of the NBWI.
Some people say that 00 flour is the only way to go for authentic Italian pizza dough. But any flour will do in our crust!
Angela Scott brought together women from across New Brunswick to build a curriculum standardizing home economics classes for middle school students.
Bring together pantry staples in a simple casserole the whole family will love. 1 lb ground beef1 onion, chopped1 small green pepper, chopped1 or 2 stalks celery, chopped1 can tomato soup1 cup grated cheese1 can mushroom soup1/4 to 1/2 cup water1 tsp saltdash of...
Looking to liven up lunch? These tuna buns are like tuna melts kicked up a notch! This recipe was originally published in our 1978 cook book.