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Grand Prize Winner! Laura Plett!

Congratulations to Laura Plett of Stead, Manitoba! Laura was one of the Grand Prize winners in our 1st Annual Blueberries & Polar Bears Culinary Contest, sponsored by Churchill Wild! Laura created Pancakes with Blueberry Sauce from her mother's Black Currants & Caribou cookbook and it looks delicious, as you can see in her photo above. Laura's winning essay submission follows below: Growing up, my mom always had a copy of “Black Currants & Caribou”, although at that time I ...

Grand Prize Winner! Betty Ann Luraschi.

Congratulations to Betty Ann Luraschi of New York! Betty Ann was one of the Grand Prize winners in our 1st Annual Blueberries & Polar Bears Culinary Contest, sponsored by Churchill Wild! Betty Ann created Crispy Oven-Fried Chicken from the Blueberries & Polar Bears cookbook for a dinner party in New York. Betty Ann's photo is above. Betty Ann's winning essay submission follows below: We stayed at the Dymond Lake Ecolodge in November 2016 and enjoyed all the food so much that my ...

Blueberries & Polar Bears 1st Annual Culinary Contest!

Welcome to the 1st Annual Blueberries & Polar Bears Culinary Contest, sponsored by Churchill Wild! We’re proud to announce that we’ve now sold over 100,000 copies of the Blueberries & Polar Bears cookbooks, and the feedback has been tremendous! Developed at our wilderness and polar bear lodges over the past four decades by our original chefs and co-authors Helen Webber and Marie Woolsey, the culinary creations in these cookbooks have been heavily table-tested by guides, staff ...

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!

Chocolate Dream Pudding

We always cook healthy food at the Churchill Wild Lodges, but our guests absolutely love desserts, especially when they’re homemade! This great scratch chocolate pudding comes to us from Toni Morberg, daughter of Blueberries and Polar Bears Cookbook Series co-author Helen Webber. Mmm… delicious! It’s in the genetics 🙂