Newfoundland

Canada

Canadian Town Continues to Be Cursed by Smell of 17-Year-Old Rotting Seafood Sauce

Some locals hand out N95 respirator masks when their grandkids come to visit, and stay with their relatives during the summer.
Jelisa Castrodale
2.8.19
beer

The Blessed Town of Dildo Is Opening a Brewery

And no, they don't need your help naming their beers.
Jelisa Castrodale
6.29.18
lobster

Why This Lobster Festival Was Forced to Serve Hot Dogs

This lobster party quickly became a sausage party after bad weather grounded a plane containing 100 live lobsters, many of whom ended up rotting away during their perilous voyage.
Nick Rose
8.29.16
Sponsored

PATHWAYS & PALATES: NEWFOUNDLAND

In this episode of Pathways & Palates, writer Adam Gollner and Charlie's Burgers founder Franco Stalteri explore the food revolution happening in Newfoundland.
Adam Gollner
7.4.16
beer

This Canadian Brewery Is Turning Icebergs into Beer

Quidi Vidi Brewery uses water directly sourced from local icebergs that are up to 20,000 years old in order to make its ultra-pure beer.
Nikki Bayley
6.16.16
VICELAND

Watch the Trailer for Matty Matheson's New VICELAND Series 'Dead Set on Life'

Matty's back, and there's going to be a lot of explosions, steak, reckless driving, self-reflection, and Canadian eating adventures.
Munchies Staff
6.15.16
Canada

Newfoundland Chefs Are Finally Free to Buy Fish Fresh Off the Boat

Since the 1950s, chefs and consumers alike in Newfoundland were only allowed to buy fish from processing facilities, rather than straight from their coastal waters. That all changed this week.
Ivy Knight
10.2.15
Newfoundland

Cod Tongues Have Always Been a Part of Me

I would spend summers as a child in Newfoundland on the wharf with my grandfather, splitting and gutting fish and—because they would be thrown away otherwise—I cut out the cod tongues and sold them to tourists as a local delicacy.
Jeremy Charles
8.31.15
Newfoundland

Newfoundland's History Tastes Like Salted Cod

I’m an eighth-generation Fogo Islander. We were salt cod people and we’d rarely eat fresh cod, because why would you eat that when you have salted cod? It’s just better.
Zita Cobb
5.11.15
Atlantic Canada

A Swim Bladder Is a Terrible Thing to Waste

There is nothing more boring than serving beef tenderloin and mashed potatoes. Fish swim bladders are perfectly edible, nutritious, and beautifully interesting.
Todd Perrin
3.26.15
overfishing

Newfoundland’s Devastated Cod Populations Are Slowly Rebounding

In northeast Canada, cod was once king. Harvested by both natives and later arrivals for 500 years, the prized fish swarmed the Atlantic and provided a livelihood for tens of thousands of Newfoundland fishermen. But in 1992 everything collapsed.
Lauren Rothman
12.8.14
Newfoundland

Keep It Canada: Newfoundland

Matty heads to Newfoundland to fish for capelin with his bare hands, go on an insane hike that nearly ends him, cook seafood in a gorgeous cove, and make a fried chicken feast.
Matty Matheson
12.8.14
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