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Native Food: Crabapple Jelly With Sumac
Crabapples—tart, green and crunchy— are Native to North America. The Abenaki call them apleziz ; the Mohegan-Pequot, appece ...
Native Food: It May Be Jack-o-Lantern Season, But There Are More Delicious Reasons to Carve a Pumpkin
The jack-o-lantern originated in Ireland and Scotland...
Native Food: Dale Carson Shares the Truth Behind Rabbit Folklore and Recalls the Family Hunt for Dinner
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
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...
Native Food: Roasted Duck
When we bought our property in New England many years ago, one of the first things we did was buy a half dozen Peking ducks to enhance our small farm dreams...
Dale Carson: Grow Your Own Herb Garden
Spring is finally here—the time for renewal and new life! In Abenaki it is Zigwan , meaning the months of March, April and May...
Sweet & Sappy: Harvesting Maple Sap is Worth Tasting the Nectar
It is said that the original ice cream cone was simply maple syrup poured over snow that was stuffed into a birch bark cone. I can believe that...
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