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Tea braised Goose Sandwich

Hello to you all! In this week’s recipe we are experimenting with Canada goose in a sandwich: an idea that will soothe a hungry stomach at lunchtime at work or around the dinning table for supper!  We used a slow cooking process to soften the meat (2 to 3 hours might be necessary for older […]

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Update from Fort Resolution

OK, update….we went out a week before Christmas Break. Since our return we have been unable to go out due to a month+ of -45C average weather. With that said, we are planning another outing as of 11-15 February. It will be a weeklong set with daily checks. …The fish [will then be] processed and/or […]

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Venison meatballs in tomato sauce

Hello to you all, We are pleased to present the first recipe on the IHRG blog! No need to be a trained chef to make mouthwatering dishes. On this blog, you will find simple recipes using accessible and affordable ingredients. For those of you who hunt, trap, fish or simply enjoy a good home-cooked meal, […]

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Update from Fort Providence

I was speaking with Lois Philipp (principal) yesterday and she gave me an update on how the Wild Food Snack Program is running in Fort Providence, NWT. Sonia Wesche and I were up in the community during the fall to help organize the program with Lois and Jim Snider (VP). Lois was happy to relate […]

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An eye opener for University of Ottawa students

Yesterday, Clara Winnepetonga, IHRG partner and councillor at the Wapekeka First Nations community of Northwestern Ontario, paid a surprise visit to 70 students in my 2nd year physiology class. Clara was accompanied by her mom, Nancy. You could have heard a pin drop as Clara talked about the history and the current state of her […]

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Traditional Food Project- Fort Resolution & UOttawa

November 20th, 2012 Wishing you well this afternoon! And indeed, things are running along fine from our end. I am in the process of making our order for nets and supplies. Added, I have talked with a few supports to commit to our project — they are in favor.  OK, up and onward. We should […]

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Following a healthy diet with recipes like caribou stew

Nunavut’s Department of Health and Social Services is collaborating on a new project with retailers in the Arctic. By publishing 10 health-conscious recipes, their goal is to teach basic culinary skills and give information about nutrition. To ensure the success of this project, retailers created a special display with the appropriate ingredients at reduced prices […]

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