Dale Carson
6/22/13
While doing a little time traveling today, I dreamt myself back to the 1700s, packing for an annual trip to the shore...
Dale Carson
3/9/13
After reading excellent commentary in a recent issue of Indian Country Today Media Network entitled “ Restoring Heritage Cuisines and Indigenous Agroecosystems ” by Devon G...
Dale Carson
9/30/12
Dale Carson October is nearly upon us. A riot of yellow, red and orange foliage is beginning to color many parts of Indian country. The air is different now...
Dale Carson
9/16/12
Persimmons are the edible yellow-orange to red-orange fruit of several species of trees...
Dale Carson
9/1/12
Dale Carson A northwest legend tells of a girl who dropped a clam from a small boat and went in after it, the water reaching up to her waist...
Dale Carson
8/25/12
Dale Carson Green Corn celebrations have been around probably as long as corn, and that is a very long time...
Dale Carson
8/11/12
Dale Carson The delicious shellfish I loved growing up has a long and vast global history...
Dale Carson
7/28/12
Dale Carson The Western Abenaki Dictionary by Gordon M. Day lists 98—I counted them—versions of the word water ...
Dale Carson
7/22/12
Dale Carson Sweet summertime and the easy, breezy days take me away to a time when I cooked outside in 90 degree heat next to a cooking fire hefting large clay cooking vessels and ...
Dale Carson
6/23/12
Dale Carson Every summer, I hope visiting friends with cooking skills or dining out will introduce me to a new exciting taste or innovative combination of ingredients to excite my ...

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