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KC’s Walleye Cakes

In the last few weeks, I’ve been spending some time up at Miminiska and McKenzie. This means, that once in awhile I get a nice bit of…

Smoked Trout Hors Doeuvres

It has been a great week for us—we’ve been up at Miminiska Lodge, doing some work. I love the break away from the office, and lodge life…

Newfoundlander Walleye

We all know that there is a strong “newfie” presence within Wilderness North… Alan and I even have a cabin back home on the ROCK. This week,…

Bacon Wrapped Walleye

At our lodges, guests are always asking us to cook up walleye for them. From traditional fried fish, to walleye au gratin, the ways to cook are…

Brian’s Bannock

Nothing says home better than fresh baking and fresh bread is one of the easiest, most versatile things to make. Of course while packing for a trip…

Walleye Scampi

With all the great fishing going on, I have walleye recipes coming at me left right and centre. Here’s one I am excited to share with you. This…

Father’s Day Chowder

In today’s fast paced life it is sometimes hard to stay grounded and balance priorities. There’s kids, work, family time, personal time… and only so many hours…

Knives -A How to Guide

This past weekend, we celebrated Mother’s Day. Meryl and I headed across the border for an afternoon away.  We headed to Grand Marais (along the north shore…

Pike Sous-vide

As the snow starts to melt and the spring rains comes, I can’t help but get excited about the upcoming season. Every week, I start a quest…

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