Cuisine Archives - Wilderness North

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Thanksgiving

The first US Thanksgiving was actually a three-day affair.  In November 1621, the settlers’ first corn harvest proved so successful, Governor William Bradford reportedly invited the Plymouth…

Canadian Thanksgiving

Canadian Thanksgiving: How it compares to America’s holiday As American’s geared up for their annual Thanksgiving feast, Canadians looked back on theirs, as the celebration of gratitude…

Roasted Veggies

From the Earth  Roasted Veggies – An IndigenousvTradition to Celebrate the End of the Growing Season    Ingredients  3 pounds assorted root vegetables: carrots, parsnips, celeriac, potatoes,…

Healthy Walleye Recipes

Sometimes we think it is just the batter. But the truth is it’s the remarkable Canadian Walleye white fish that is so mouth watering. Today I share…

Krista’s Kitchen

The shore lunch is a Northern Ontario tradition, and the best recipes are passed along from generation to generation. There are subtle differences in all of them,…

Northern Pike Recipes

Recipe 1: Northern Fingers   Ingredients Vegetable oil 2 lb skinless pike fillets 2 eggs, beaten 4 1/4 cups of salted pretzels 3 1/4 tbsp HP sauce…

Jam Story

The Old Lady and the Professor When he offered to help an old lady to find her bottle of Bonne Maman jam at a supermarket, little did…

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