STAFF BLOG CHEF JEFF A Carrot Salad for a Veteran
In about 10 days, between 50 and 100 World War II veterans from the area will embark on a trip to Washington, D.C., to visit the memorial to their wartime service and sacrifice.
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WEST FARGO, N.D. -- The well-documented and discussed wet cycle and expansion of fisheries is not new to most anglers or even people who don’t fish. Anyone over the age of 25 can attest to the continuing growth and expansion of water and fisheries in North Dakota.
Q. Do you have any tips or recipes for grilling fish?
A. I’ve been a fan of grilled fish since a friend turned me on to cooking walleyes that way after a successful outing on Lake of the Woods some 15 years ago.
WEST FARGO, N.D. -- I will be the first to admit that following a long and cold winter and a short spring counted in days or weeks and not months, we almost feel like we’re trying to play catch-up before we miss out on the summertime outdoors fun.
In terms of sheer hunter interest and popularity, the question “How did the deer and pheasants make it through the winter?” is asked more often than “What’s the latest on the bighorn sheep population?”
For me, spring officially arrived last weekend during our annual “pike party” on Devils Lake. As much of a social occasion as a fishing trip, the excursion involves getting together with a bunch of friends and setting tip-ups in a shallow area of Six-Mile Bay. Once that’s complete, we sit outside on snowmobiles and lawn chairs, shoot the breeze, grill some food and wait for the flags to fly that indicate a strike.
Time was, Dana Carlson says, when only Marvin Windows pilots and a few people with small airplanes knew about the distinctively shaped stand of red pine hidden in Beltrami Island State Forest south of Williams, Minn., just off Stony Corners Trail.
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