When planning a Mother’s Day outing in Whitehorse, once thing is certain: There are a “brunch” of options. We feature 3.
Food & Drink
Yukon’s food magazine, What’s Up Yukon. Enjoy stories on local agriculture, and Yukon foods created under the midnight sun! Yukoners share their local food recipes and wild harvesting secrets.
Offal —literally “off-fall”— refers to those parts of an animal carcass that have fallen off during butchering. While muscles represent more than a third of the weight of cattle, by-products including side meats, bones, skin, and intestines constitute most of the animal body. The brain, the trotters (aka feet), kidney, liver, sweetbreads (pancreas) and tripe …
Fall is the time when seeds are able to be gathered and stored. And a seed exchange is the perfect place to share some of those seeds.