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    Doug’s Double-Dipped Catfish

    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...
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    Maple ginger roasted veggies

    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...
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    Fried White Corn and Vegetables

    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...

    Maple drizzled sweet potato and butternut squash hash

    Treats don’t have to always be candy coated. Roasting root vegetables such as sweet potatoes brings out their natural caramel flavour adding a luxurious side to your meal. Ingredients 3 cups of butternut squash, diced small 3 cups of sweet potatoes, diced small 2 Tablespoons of grapeseed oil Salt...
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    A good old fashioned Indian Donut recipe

    ‘Nu-Yah’ is fast approaching and is synonymous with Indian Donuts here on Six. This is one I am settled on although I have been known to add raisins much to my family’s dismay. This is the most basic recipe I’ve found. Give it a try! First, in a large...
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    Recipe for Your Abundant Harvest

    Tomatoes are abundant right now and canning them whole or as a sauce is a fabulous idea, but don’t forget to enjoy them right now! This recipe is for a salad like no other you have had before. The cooking of the veggies might be deceiving but this is...
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    Living with Food in the Moment

    As my journey through life takes me on a series of ups and downs there remains some moments of clarity and balance. These moments may only last for an instant but in them I could spend an eternity. This happens when I am fully engaged in working hands on...
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    Cakes made in a pan: Blueberry Cornmeal Pancakes

    There are so many ways to enjoy the deliciousness of the season. There are also many ways to take a new approach to familiar foods. Cooking a batter in a pan is a good place to start. Pancakes aren’t just for breakfast, they can be turned into a delicious...
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    The Deliciousness of Fermentation

    A rewarding pastime of mine that I started exploring over the last several years has been learning about fermentation. The journey and exploration has resulted in many delicious pickles, vinegars and other preserves. It is the continual learning and lessons in patience that keeps me engaged. The basic idea...
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    Good minds meet over good food

    Last week I had the pleasure of cooking for a group of professionals that were meeting to discuss the student nutrition programming at Six Nations schools. Inspired by what they were talking about I prepared a menu that I feel reflected the content of their discussion. I hope the...
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    Summer Squash

    Markets are filling up with summer favourites like sweet corn, all sorts of berries and more. I feel an often underappreciated vegetable group is the summer squash. A few varieties that fall into this category are crookneck, scallop (patty pan) squash, marrow and zucchini. These underappreciated vegetables are great...
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    A Refreshing Chilled Pea Soup

    Last Wednesdays event at the Our Sustenance greenhouse marked the end of the most recent instalment of Healthy Roots. I was asked to prepare some tasty seasonal food for the event. Even with the unseasonal amount of rain we’ve been having there were still a lot of fresh local...
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