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  • The History of Six Nations New Years traditions: what is ‘No:ia’?

    The History of Six Nations New Years traditions: what is ‘No:ia’?0

    In many Haudenosaunee communities, waking up early for “No:ia” (new-ya) is something that provides fuel for an age-old tradition and a pick at sweets for breakfast. For the traditional Haudenosaunee, the belief that the year does not renew until the ashes have been stirred in ceremony is still strongly upheld. However, many of our European

  • Cinnamon Heart Candy Popcorn

    Cinnamon Heart Candy Popcorn0

    Recipe from bitememore.com With this simple and scrumptious Cinnamon Heart Candy Popcorn, you can bring sweetness, spice and saltiness to snack time. Ingredients 10 cups plain popped popcorn  1 cup cinnamon heart candies 1/2 cup water Directions 1) Line a baking sheet with parchment paper. Sprinkle with salt. 2) Place cinnamon candies and water in a non-stick

  • Does anyone know what morels are?

    Does anyone know what morels are?0

    It is said when our grandfathers, the Thunders, are first heard in the spring, they are awakening all things here on earth from the cold winter months. That is when all nature’s vegetation and plant life start to flourish, and also when my family would start to look for a very particular fungus every year.

  • Doug’s Double-Dipped Catfish

    Doug’s Double-Dipped Catfish0

    This is Doug Henhawk’s favourite Healthy Roots adaptation of a traditional southern fried catfish recipe opts for white corn, duck eggs and walnuts. It is way more decolonized-er than you! Catfish fillets, thawed White corn flour Crushed walnuts Duck eggs Oil for frying Heat oil in pan on medium-high heat to 375 F. In a

  • Maple ginger roasted veggies

    Maple ginger roasted veggies0

    This recipe, courtesy of Healthy Roots participants Team GenHawk has become a go-to family recipe during the challenge. So simple and very satisfying. 3 large carrots 2 parsnips 1 small turnip 1 large onion 1/4 cup favourite cooking oil, divided in half 1 tbsp maple syrup 2 tsp vinegar 1 tsp ginger grated 1 clove

  • Fried White Corn and Vegetables

    Fried White Corn and Vegetables0

    2 cups lyed white corn ½ onion, minced 1 clove garlic, minced 2 tbsp sunflower oil 2 stalks celery, sliced 1 cup yellow beans, cut into ½ inch pieces 1 cup mushrooms, roughly chopped ¼ cup roasted, unsalted sunflower seeds 2 leaves of fresh sage, finely minced Heat oil in pan on medium heat, add