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Spring: A season to be grateful

Dear Nidobak, It is now early spring “wskizigwaniwi” a season we are all quite grateful for, I’m sure. There is nothing like hope and sunshine to put a smile on anyone’s... — Updated 3/21/2015


Time to Stay Inside and Get Things Done

We Abenaki call January Alamikos, Forgiveness month. February is Biaodagos or literally, falling in pieces branches moon. Personally, together I would like to call January and Febru... — Updated 1/17/2015


Yum and Double Yum!

Hello Dear Friends, I have missed you, here it is Fall already! We have not had snow yet, but are nearly knee-high in leaves. This was a bountiful year for some things. We are fortunate to have many chestnut trees on this property... — Updated 12/4/2014


Abundance and Beauty Reign

Abundance reigns, beauty as well! With so much fruit and produce available now, I have so many choices to pick from to write about. I got to thinking about another time in my life a... — Updated 7/23/2014


Native Cooking

Dear Nidobak (friends), I’m sure we all were thinking spring would never come this year after such a cold, mean and tumultuous winter, one of the worst ever. A couple of nice... — Updated 5/25/2014


Native Cooking

Gezandami Nidobak (Dear Friends), It is the time of the cracking trees, I can hear them right now. There will be major cleanup this year. As you all know, the big push is on food... — Updated 3/15/2014


Native Cooking

HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL!  Now we can tell our stories and hunker down inside, warm and cozy.  I hope you are hungry, too.  I think a lot about comfort food now because it is slow f... — Updated 1/19/2014


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Dear Friends, Well, here comes Old Man Winter yet again, but, what if it is really Old Woman Winter? That changes things. I think a woman might be pleased to have time inside to... — Updated 11/23/2013


Native Cooking

Taking Advantage of Popular Farm Stands Dear Friends (Nidobak), This summer has been very lush and beautiful as a growing season, all the trees even seem taller and fuller. Farm... — Updated 9/28/2013


Native Cooking

Dear Nidobak, I hope summer is finding you happy, healthy, and ready to say “yes” to any and all social invitations. Bring an “easy to make” summer salad. You probably have... — Updated 7/27/2013


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Dear Nidobak (Friends), Although it is slow this year, Spring is here. Maybe not every day, but most days. We can at least get busy cleaning up and planting precious seeds. We can... — Updated 5/25/2013


Native Cooking

Parsnips are little ivory white root vegetables that I believe are under appreciated. They are good in soups and stews, of course, but very good in the recipe below. We have... — Updated 1/19/2013


Native Cooking

When there is more than a chill in the air and its downright freezing, there’s nothing like comfort food to take that edge off. Each season brings its own. Seems like hunting has... — Updated 12/15/2012


Native Cooking

Cegejokwijoad is September and Benibagos is October in our Abenaki language. Known as ‘croptime’, and the ‘time of falling leaves’, these two months bring the most bounty... — Updated 9/26/2012


In the good ol' summertime

In the good ol' summertime I can't help but get excited about almost every vegetable I see, but corn is a special favorite because of its versatility. Corn and byproducts thereof,... — Updated 9/26/2012


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