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Don't ask for subs or changes. You won't get 'em. But open your mind to some new flavours and you'll be thankful you did. Photo by Hannah Eden/Up Here
Big flavours at Robin Wasicuna's Twin Pine Diner in Yellowknife
June 2016
Photo – Allen Shimada, NOAA/NMFS/OST/AMD, flickr.com/photos/noaaphotolib/5277853558/, CC BY 2.0
Country food etiquette from Coral Harbour, and manners my mother taught me in the porch
June 2016
Labrador tea, steeped, is high in vitamin C and a good relaxant.
17 nutritional and medicinal plants that crop up in the North's summertime
June 2016
Flying in fast food. Illustration by Beth Covvey
Where a Big Mac is a really big deal
June 2016
Ryan Matthew pours the drinks. Next time you see him, you might be seeing double. Photo by Chris Healy
Drinks are up at Bombay Peggy's in Dawson City
June 2016
Made in the Yukon: Hay is a big cash crop in the Yukon; local producers can compete with southern farms because they don't have to pay major transport costs. Photo by Cathie Archbould
With caribou gut compost and narwhal chicken feed, Northerners are finding creative ways to produce their own food. But with some real climate and market handicaps, how far can Northern agriculture actually take us?
June 2016
"If we're not renovating a space, we're opening something," says Schmidt (on right). Photo by Daren Gallo
A timeline of the Schmidt-Kent Empire of Whitehorse
June 2016
Woodsmoke in a land without trees. Photo by Anubha Momin/Finding True North
Bringing southern-style barbecue to Iqaluit at Big Racks
June 2016
If you build it, they will come. Fletcher Stevens is serving up what Yellowknifers always wanted. Photo by Hannah Eden/Up Here
The NWT Brewing Company takes hold in the city's Woodyard
June 2016
Photo by Hannah Eden
Dawson City, Yukon
June 2016