Thanksgiving 2020

By Huckleberry Press / October 19, 2020 /

Butterfly turkey with fennel, leeks, sausage, and ricotta stuffing! What? Yes. That’s what I’m making for 14 of us tomorrow for Thanksgiving

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Celebrating The Bounty of the Fall

By Huckleberry Press / October 3, 2020 /

It started as a feast of thanks for a good harvest, a feast to celebrate that harvest and it was an indigenous custom before the first European landed in the Americas. Some of the foods served still show up on holiday tables, including turkeys, squash, corn and pumpkins.

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Red Mountain: from Mine to Ski Hill

By Huckleberry Press / September 18, 2020 /

The lure of gold drew miners to Rossland in the late 1890s. They brought dreams of hitting it rich. Some of these seekers were Scandinavians who also brought their skis.

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By Huckleberry Press / August 6, 2020 /

by Eileen Pedersen, Trail, BC It’s Saturday afternoon in Trail, BC. 1955. Opera is blaring on the radio. My mom loves it. I hate it. I can’t understand a word.…

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Got the Home Schooling Blues?

By Huckleberry Press / April 15, 2020 /

I’m a retired school teacher with a passion for kids–my social network for years. My classroom was my canvas.

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Cannafest 2018

By Huckleberry Press / November 2, 2017 /

by Amber Jensen   As we say farewell to the long light and warmth of summer we also bid adieu to one of our favorite past-times – festivals.   No…

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