On the Menu This Easter in Newfoundland: Seal Flipper Pie

In Newfoundland, having a  “scoff” (the local word for “big meal”) includes some pretty interesting food  items unique to the region: scrunchions (fried pork fat), cod tongues and fishcakes, for example. But perhaps the  least appetizing dish, which is traditionally made during the Lenten  season—specifically on Good Friday and Easter—is seal flipper pie.  continue reading, bon appetite


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