The Sacred Harvest of Rice

Wild rice, known as manomin to the Ojibwa, was a staple food in the Eastern Woodland Indian culture for more than a thousand years.  Although it’s commonly…

Pies Made by Betty

It all began in 1956 when Betty’s father Aleck built a fish shack by the Stewart River on Highway 61. Betty thought it would be a good…

Food + Beer = Deliciousness!

Ok. I’ll admit it. I’m addicted to reading things on Twitter. On Facebook it’s called creeping, but I have no idea what  it’s called on Twitter. Twittering?…

And We’re Back

After spending a couple weeks at our cabin in Newfoundland, we are back and ready to hunker down for the season. We had a great time. While the…

Walleye Nuggets

I think I’ve mentioned before that when it comes to food, simple is better. Season with salt and pepper and let the stars of the dish speak…

Cold Weather Comfort Food

Let’s be honest. The weather this past month hasn’t been very nice. I don’t mind the snow, but the cold can stay away. We had a few…

KC’s Korner: Sushi Edition

This week, I picked an exciting topic for my foodie blog. Sushi (sashimi) using freshwater fish. I researched and found that the topic is fairly controversial. I…