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Bison Dan Dan Noodles

There are a lot of great things about peanut butter, but until you’ve had it spiked with chili oil and mixed with fresh noodles you haven’t really experienced peanut butter’s full potential. This fast dish is a great weeknight meal, and a new twist on the classic pasta and ground meat combination. I like to …

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Filipino Spaghetti with Bison

Filipino Spaghetti with Bison Serves 6 Ingredients: 1 Tbsp vegetable oil 5 hot dogs, sliced 1 clove garlic, finely chopped 1 small onion, finely chopped ½ tsp ground oregano 1 ½ pounds ground bison 2 cups crushed tomatoes 1 cup banana ketchup (also called banana sauce) 2 Tbsp sugar Salt and pepper, to taste 1-pound …

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Healing through Massage

Justine Alton is no stranger to health issues. Since she was 19-years-old, the born and raised Yukoner has had a keen interest in psychology, bodywork and holistic health and wellness, but it was her own 10-year struggle with deep seated physical health issues that led Alton to discovering the profound benefits of massage therapy. Alton’s …

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Horses of the Yukon

It is common knowledge that outfitting in the Yukon has been ongoing for over a hundred years and that outfitting horses roam feral, until needed. To this day you can spot the Dickson Outfitter horses roaming near the White River, among other places. Horses for outfitting and personal use have become a Yukon staple and …

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Already Six Weeks

My days paraded to the rhythm of the team, a certain form of serenity growing deep inside me … Forty-five days ago, I placed my feet on Canadian soil, with the goal of changing my life completely. I must say that, for the moment, things are going pretty well! A gamble, which may seem insane …

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A Feast of Living Off Canada’s Northern West Coast

“Most of us know someone who has taken up cooking with a vengeance. They love cooking. The only trouble is cooking doesn’t love them back… Still, our mistakes make the best stories, and that’s why we should not think of them as failures.” –an excerpt from A Taste of Haida Gwaii, by Susan Musgrave Bordering …

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Eh? to Zed. by Brendan Morphet

Eh? to Zed. Tims in hand, cross country drive has begun. Travel from The Rock to Midnight Sun. Going to chat with folks from across this great nation But…everything I hear requires explanation. The Jaw, The Patch, The Nish, The Hat. Gitches, Gonches and Rink Rats. A Jambuster, a Doeskin, a Snowbird. A Keener, a …

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