News and Articles from the NBWI

Gum Drop Cake

Gum Drop Cake

This Gum Drop Cake recipe was submitted to the ‘Lower St Marys Branch of the New Brunswick Womens’ Institute COOK BOOK 1985′ by Jean Barnhart.

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Advertisement for WI

Advertisement for WI

‘Advertisement for WI’ is a poem written about someone encouraged to join the Women’s Institute and makes an unexpected discovery.

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Maple Curry Chicken Pasta

Maple Curry Chicken Pasta

Photo by Pixzolo Photography on Unsplash 2 Tbs. Olive Oil2 Tbs. Butter1 large onion, chopped1 ea. of yellow, red & green peppers, chopped2 cups cubed cooked chicken3 cloves minced garlic1 tsp sugar/1/4 cup maple syrup1 cup whipping cream2 1⁄2 tsp. curry powder or...

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Embracing Technology… and New Members!

Embracing Technology… and New Members!

Photo by Tobias Dziuba from Pexels I wanted to write this article to suggest how branches could move to adopt new technologies and, at the same time, attract members. Hopefully, this will also get a discussion going. My understanding is that the NBWI started in NB to...

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Chunky Chuck Soup

Chunky Chuck Soup

This soup makes an ideal supper dish. It’s very filling and can be frozen easily, too.

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NBWI 105th Provincial Convention, June 1st, 2019

The New Brunswick Women’s Institute Provincial Convention met on June 1, 2019, at the Ramada Inn. The theme was “Inclusivity”. The meeting opened with the President, Sandra Day, introducing the dignitaries. The meeting opened with “O’Canada”, a Salute to the Flag, God...

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In Recognition of Outstanding Service: Betty Lacey

In Recognition of Outstanding Service: Betty Lacey

Elizabeth (Betty) Lacey was honoured at the Ouigoudi District Convention, on October 5, 2019, for her 76 years as an Institute member with a Certificate of Service from the Minister of Agriculture, Ross Wetmore Betty Lacey: 76 Years of Membership Betty Lacey was born...

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Fruit Cocktail Pie

Fruit Cocktail Pie

This easy no-bake pie comes together in a snap! Plan ahead, though. It needs at least 6 hours in the fridge to come together.

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