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March 16, 2011
Dale Carson As an early-bird craft vendor, I arrive at pow wows extra early to taste the assortment of foods like fresh-squeezed lemonade, kettle corn, burgers (buffalo, venison an...
'Fast Food' Indian Nation
March 07, 2011
Dale Carson For energy and sustenance, the Cree in Canada used to eat pemmican, a jerky made by working animal fats back into preserved meat...
Healthy Comfort Food: Tricks to Making Flavorful Venison Meatballs
February 10, 2011
Dale Carson The below freezing temperatures impel me to cook—the weather screams for comfort food. With bison and venison in my fridge, I weigh my options...
Homemade Peanut Butter
February 03, 2011
Resident food columnist Dale Carson grinds peanuts to a thick paste and occasionally pairs it with chocolate...
Prepare Askutasquash Soup Before a Snowstorm
January 28, 2011
Dale Carson, an Abenaki cook and author of New Native American Cooking , recently demonstrated how our ancestors handled the hardships of winter at the Massachusetts-based Old Stur...
Snowed In: Preparing Food for Winter Hardship
January 28, 2011
Dale Carson As ‘the white stuff’ piles a foot deep or more in New England, I begin to wonder how our ancestors survived winters like this two to four hundred years ago...
Native Food: Crabapple Jelly With Sumac
November 11, 2012
Crabapples—tart, green and crunchy— are Native to North America. The Abenaki call them apleziz ; the Mohegan-Pequot, appece ...
Native Food: Dale Carson Shares the Truth Behind Rabbit Folklore and Recalls the Family Hunt for Dinner
October 21, 2012
There was a time long, long ago when men, animals and all living creatures could speak to one another...
Native Food: Cooking With the Crimson-Colored Cranberry
October 14, 2012
As the idiom says, "There is nothing new under the sun." But nature's most simple edibles can be enjoyed in a myriad of ways. Take the cranberry, for example...
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