Monday, May 23, 2011

How do you Think about what you put on Your Plate?

Tonight on the menu I was inspired by local Market finds at the Kingston Farmers Market.

a Recipe from a local vendor,, Honey from a local Farm; & Salmon from a fellow vendor as well.
You nevor know what you can find at your Market.  Talk to your Vendor about what they nevor know what you might learn.

I have talked before about Honey and its' health Benfits;
" Honey contains many minerals and immune -boosting properties.
- Honey is also not considered a refined sugar. This means that if you substitute Honey in place of refined sugar you will have a slower release of glucose into your blood stream....and when you have blood sugar in check .... you’ll crave fewer carbs"
I  have also learned that eatin local Honey can help with Seasonal Alergies.  It helps boost your natural anitbodies againt local polens.

Salmon is also wonderful for your health;
  • Salmon is rich in Omega- 3 which has benefits towards helping prevent certain Cancers
  • Salmon is a highly nutritious food. High in protein, and the “good fats."
  • did you know that a 4 oz serving of wild salmon provides a full day’s requirement of vitamin D? It is one of the few foods that can make that claim.
  • That same piece of fish contains over half of the necessary B12, niacin, and selenium, and is an excellent source of B6 and magnesium.
  • Canned salmon also contains large amounts of calcium (due to the bones of the fish).
Put these two together and you can only imagine how much of a benefit it was to you and your family to Think about what you "Put on Your Plate" and the main ingredients in this meal came from your local market...who knew supporting local could be so good for everyone!!!!

Sunday, May 1, 2011

What's your favorite kind of Bagel?

No matter how you look at it the BAGEL has been around for a long time.

Cynfully Delicious Makes over a Dozen Different Varieties
What's your Favorite? if you haven't tried all of them yet come visit us this Saturday and let the taste off begin!!
  1. Strawberry Rhubarb
  2. Baked Apple and Cheddar
  3. Everything
  4. Italian Herb & Cheddar
  5. Plain
  6. Multi-Grain
  7. Blueberry
  8. Cranberry
  9. Toasted Almond & Honey
  10. Dark Chocolate
  11. Brown Sugar & Cinnamon
  12. Almond & Berries
  13. Pumpkin Spice

Bagel calories depend upon the size and seasoning of the bagel.

Bagel Nutritional Facts

Here is a brief chart that explains plain bagel nutritional facts. Along with the below mentioned nutrition, a plain bagel also provides 2% calcium and 20% iron of their required daily value. The chart also shows that 1 plain bagel calories are 320, while you get 20 calories from fat.

Nutrition Amount Daily Value (%)

Calories 320 -

Calories from fat 20 -

Total Fats 2.5g 4%

Saturated Fats 0.5g 3%

Sugar 5 g 0%


0 mg 0 %


660 mg 28 %

Total Carbohydrates 63 g 21%

Dietary Fibers 5 g 20 %


11 g 0 %

Friday, December 10, 2010

It's Coming On Christmas......

Thank you all for a wonderful Season!!! I enjoyed seeing you all week after week as well as creating all of my Cynfully Delicious goodies. The addition of the Focaccia Pizza's, Old Fashioned Brown Sugar Fudge (my Grampy's Recipe) and our Packaged Cookies were a huge hit!!! They will now be a part of the regular products you have come to know and trust from Cynfully Delicious. Look for our new individual servings of Soups that will be joining the  variety of products you will be able to enjoy on Saturday Mornings. I am now off to enjoy my first weekend without the Market in over 8 months...
We will be trimming the tree and baking our own family Christmas Favorites.
Merry Christmas and may you all be prosperous this Holiday Season.
See you all in Spring of 2011.

Monday, October 25, 2010

Fall is here!!

Make sure you stock up on all of your Seasonal Favorites before its too late. Its been  a very good season at the and we are still there until November 20th. Come and visit us to see what new goodies we have this time of year. Pumpkin Spice Bagels, Baked Apple and Cheddar Bagels, NEW Focaccia Pizzas, Old Fashioned Brown Sugar Fudge (my Grandfathers Recipe)....and more. Also stay tuned to find out what will be happening after the market closes as we get ready for the Christmas Season...

Tuesday, June 1, 2010


I learned a couple of things this week about Honey....

- Did you know that Honey contains many minerals and immune -boosting properties.

- Honey is also not considered a refined sugar. This means that if you substitute Honey in place of refined sugar you will have a slower release of glucose into your blood stream....and when you have blood sugar in check .... you’ll crave fewer carbs.

Friday, May 21, 2010

200 Cookies & 200 Bagels later....

The sun is starting to set and  after making 200+ Cookies and 200+ Bagels I'm ready to call it a day...

This week we are featuring Peanut Butter Cookies and Strawberry Rhubarb can buy them by the bag or try one toasted with Cream Cheese.

The weather is going to be beautiful this weekend!! If you've never been to the Kingston Market, this is the weekend to start. See you all there!!!

I'm off to put my feet up and enjoy a glass of Wine with my Husband!!

Thursday, May 20, 2010

Red Pepper Jelly - Blueberry & Peach Jam - Strawberry & Rhubarb Jam

Fullerton's Corner Store Now Open for the Season!!!

Fullerton's Store on the Long Reach is now open for the Season!!! Call 506-763-2327 if you need directions.

If your a fan and can't wait until Saturday's at The Kingston Farmer's Market
Now until the end of the season you can pop into  Fullerton's for Cookies, Bagels ,or Red Pepper Jelly!!!

You can also stock up on your Locally Grown Produce direct from Fullerton Farms Ltd., and enjoy some Ice Cream.

For the Yard Sale enthusiast's the also have a community one happening on site tomorrow. Tables are $10.00 each call the store for more details..

Hope your all gearing up for the Long Weekend!!!

Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Strawberries & Rhubarb with Honey, and BlueBerry Peach Jam..mmm

Well we are certainly well into a good start of Market Season and I love it!!
My kitchen smells so sweet right now, between the tart smell of the Strawberry Rhubarb Jam, and the intoxicating smell of Blueberries mingled with the Peaches makes me crave a piece of pie with Whipped Cream.

These jams are some of my favorite to indulge in this time of transforms your breakfast into a real treat. They also work great to put ontop of a your favorite Vanilla Ice Cream.

They will be out of my kitchen and available at Kredl's Corner Market in Hampton by Tomorrow Morning.

34 Pickwauket Road, Hampton, New Brunswick, Canada E5N 6H6

Tel. 506-832-7568 Fax 506-832-1966

Friday, May 14, 2010

Bagels & Cookies Yum

It's now dinner time and we're getting ready to feast on some mussels and homemade foccacia.
Been a very productive day over 150 bagels and close to 100 cookies ready for market tommorow....this weeks feature is Brown Sugar Thumbprints with homemade Strawberry & Cranberry Jam.  The brown sugar has a faint taste of Brown Sugar grandmothers recipe..mmm maybe I should do up a batch....
See you all at the market bright and early!!!

Thursday, May 13, 2010

"the first printed mention of to be found in the Community Regulations of Kracow, Poland, for the year 1610 which stated that bagels would be given as a gift to any woman in childbirth."

'The Joys of Yiddish' by Leo Rosten

Wednesday, May 12, 2010


I am currently experimenting with a new flat be used for sandwichs, burgers, grilled delights....we had Mini  Hamburgers the other night.
the bread was moist (not soggy like some of the commercial brands) and it didn't fall apart and looked quite cute on the plat as well.
Instead of cutting the bun in half we cut my homemade hamburger pattie which had onions, peppers, sweetpotatoes and some other stuff already in it. next time I prep my burgers I'll just do them a bit smaller an it will be perfect!!
A little bit of gourment in the middle of week!!