Andie Bulman is a chef, writer and comedian in St. John's.
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The hidden rooms and secret tunnels dotting St. John's
The historic old town has a few mysteries up its sleeve.
Double feature: Here are some streaming suggestions from local filmmakers for your holiday fun
A double feature can be a great way to spend an evening, writes Andie Bulman. Hear from local filmmakers on their picks for the ultimate Christmas double bill.
Chew on this instead: My beef with roasting a monster bird for Christmas
The pandemic will likely mean a move away from big family feasts. Andie Bulman has three recipes for a scaled-down — but still spectacular — meal.
Point of View
Diary of a rookie hunter: What I learned by not shooting a single duck
It's a controversial way to put dinner on the table, Andie Bulman writes. She set out to to find some ducks — and a happy ethical medium.
What a bunch of creeps: A toast to some seasonal myths and legends of N.L.
The leaves have turned, the temperature has dropped, and many of us have already eaten an entire box of mini chocolate bars in a single sitting. The spooky season is here, and as Andie Bulman writes, there's nowhere as rife with creepy tales as Newfoundland and Labrador.
The perfect bite: How this woman is demystifying Ethiopian food
Not many people have tasted Ethiopian food. Mimi Sheriff, who runs the company Gursha at the St. John's Farmers' Market, loves introducing people to bold flavours. "I want it to become a type of cuisine as common as curry or sushi," she says.
You can do so much more with pumpkins than pie. Here are some ideas
Picking up a pumpkin? Contributor Andie Bulman shares her pumpkin recipes to make sure it doesn't go to waste.
Kitchen fatigue: Here's how to beat pandemic weariness and spice up your meals
In the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, writes chef and author Andie Bulman, the kitchen was a joy. Those days have passed. She outlines strategies for getting out of a meal-making rut.
Banning a book: Why the freedom to read can't be taken for granted
Today is the first day of Banned Books Week. As Andie Bulman writes, challenges often happen when someone hears of a book they would prefer didn't exist.
Berry season is short and sweet, so let's make the most of the harvest
Berries, berries and more berries. Chef and writer Andie Bulman takes us through berry-picking season and what can be made after a day of harvesting.
Why N.L. birdwatching should be your new outdoor hobby
Want to get active, outside, and have adventures? Consider birdwatching, writes CBC contributor Andie Bulman.
Here's how some cultural sites are using universal design for more accessible spaces
"Accessibility" can be a tricky word — it means something different to everyone, and depends on how individuals use a space. For these Newfoundland and Labrador venues, providing access to everyone is a priority.
Food 'n Fun
Summertime ghost stories at the haunted cemetery in Julie's Harbour
Less about food, more about … ghosts? Contributor Andie Bulman hit the road to visit Julie's Harbour, a resettled community where it's rumoured there's a haunted graveyard.
Mushroom misconceptions: There's fact, fiction and great flavour to be found
While chanterelles are worth their weight in gold, Andie Bulman wanted to spend this summer learning more about Newfoundland and Labrador's other varieties of fungus.
Food 'n Fun
Winner, winner, chicken dinner: On the hunt for N.L.'s best fried chicken
I truly believe that Newfoundland is the fried chicken capital of Canada, says contributor Andie Bulman, who hit up Bragg's Famous Chicken on Pilley's Island on her quest for the best.