Recipes 16 results

Vinarterta

Vinarterta comes to us compliments of Helen Webber’s Icelandic heritage. It has been handed down through her family for generations, and is served only on festive occasions.

Curried Squash Soup

Whenever Helen and I taste a soup we really like, we take it as a challenge to go home and duplicate it. This is one such challenge — conquered! We hope you enjoy the prize!

Crunchy Brown Buns

These delicious buns were a result of Marie's quest for a flavourful, crunchy, whole grain bun. We use Red River Cereal, which is a combination of cracked wheat, rye and flax, but a similar whole grain cereal will work.

Cranberry-glazed Roast Turkey Breast with Wild Rice Stuffing

Just in time for the holiday season! This recipe for cranberry-glazed roast turkey breast with wild rice stuffing was created by Karen Burns-Booth of Lavender and Lovage after a visit to Seal River Heritage Lodge in the fall of 2016. The accomplished food and travel writer, recipe developer, food stylist, photographer and cook interviewed Blueberries & Polar Bears co-author Helen Webber while at Seal River and added her own personal twist to a recipe that appeared in our Icebergs & ...

Sour Cream Pancakes with Blueberry Sauce

This recipe has evolved at our house over the years and has spread far and wide. We have served these delicious pancakes to people from around the world and they always have seconds. They're great served with maple syrup or heaped with sweetened strawberries and piled high with whipped cream. Add fresh blueberries to the batter or serve them with Blueberry Sauce (below).

Almond-Crusted Trout with Leek and Lemon Cream

This fish entrée is simply amazing! The original recipe calls for Arctic Char, but it also works deliciously well with Lake Trout and Salmon, a cousin to Arctic Char!

Winnie’s Sweet ‘N’ Sour Fish

Winston came to work for us in 1991. He was our first Japanese fishing guide and brought a new element to the operation. Not only was he a first class guide, but he was somewhat of a chef. And he was dynamite in the garnishing department! After he had been around for a couple of weeks, I kept finding him lurking in my pantry. Now the pantry is just NOT where most of our guides hang out. Finally, one day I asked if there was anything he needed. "Well," he said, "I need the ingredients for sweet ...

Crusted Caribou Tenderloin with Mushroom and Red Wine Reduction

We got two thumbs up from the guests we invited to our testing for this dish. Use any tenderloin available, moose, elk, deer, beef or pork, but DO plan ahead, and DON’T let the long name put you off. This is definitely a company pleaser!

Marie’s Wild Rice Casserole Supreme

We have found more complicated recipes for a wild rice casserole than this, but we have never found one that brings us more rave reviews. We try to make enough to ensure that we have leftovers for Cream of Wild Rice Soup.

Hamburger Soup

Hamburger soup is a family favorite. It sticks to your ribs and kids love it!