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Whip up three dozen rolls that'll bake in under 20 minutes. They're a great addition to your dinner menu.
If you love fiddleheads, try this recipe that lets the greens take centre stage on your plate.
Turnips and potatoes usually take supporting roles but in this recipe, they're the main course.
This impressive-looking dish makes the most of New Brunswick's famous fiddleheads.
Toss the ingredients together and pop it in the oven for just 30 minutes and voila - you'll have a great casserole ready to go.
Chef Pierre Richard, from Little Louis' oyster bar in Moncton, prepares fresh smelts in a Spanish way. Try his recipe, where he brines and marinates them like anchovies..
Ployes are a traditional New Brunswick offering that you can sample in combination with lots of flavours, including goat cheese, like in this recipe from chef Marc Joncas.
Serve this fiddlehead recipe with biscuits, bread or dumplings to make a hearty, traditional meal.
Bacon and potatos? What could be better? Try this delicious soup.
Pickled fiddleheads are an excellent pantry staple. Try this easy recipe courtesy of Ursula Bear from Tobique First Nation.
Yukon Gold potato chunks combined with bacon strips. Need we say more?
Rich hollandaise pairs nicely with some poached eggs and fresh fiddleheads.
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