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Feb
22

Tea braised Goose Sandwich

Author // Audree-Anne

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 goose). The recipe is inspired from Hank Shaw’s blog (http://honest-food.net/). The garnish of the sandwich is quite simple: caramelized onions, cheddar cheese and grated carrots.

A recipe that you can prepare easily with very little ingredients!

Tea braised goose sandwich

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Feb
11

Update from Fort Resolution

Author // Corliss Bean

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 smoked.

Again, thank you for everything and wishing you the best.

Dan

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Jan
30

Venison meatballs in tomato sauce

Author // Corliss Bean

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, we invite you to begin a journey where wild meat and fish are in the spotlight! Combined with few ingredients, we invite you to rediscover the simple art of cooking to bring out the delicate flavor of the meat.

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Jan
18

Update from Fort Providence

Author // Courtney Mason

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 that the program is up and running and the children in the school have been enjoying the wild foods.

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Jan
16

An eye opener for University of Ottawa students

Author // Francois Haman

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 community.