Mel Leonard VS the legendary Giant Egg Roll

A gluttonous challenge gives credence to the old maxim “Never eat anything bigger than your head” Story by MEL LEONARD. Photos by BRET BOTHAM

Killer Job

From the March/April Issue of EDGE YK: The realities behind the curtain of celebrity chef culture. Story and photos by JESSE REID

Country Foodie

From the March/April issue of EDGE YK: From muskrat to muskox, Snookie Catholique’s love of country foods runs deep. Interview by LAURIE SARKADI. Photos by ANGELA GZOWSKI

Kitchen Confessions

From the March/April issue of EDGE YK: We ask some of Yellowknife’s culinary leaders to step away from their menus and tell us their personal takes on food – from dream dishes to guilty secrets. Story by TIM EDWARDS. Photos by ANGELA GZOWSKI

Hello Sailor!

From the August/September issue of EDGE YK: With water, water everywhere, YK’s a great place to take up sailing, if that’s the cut of your jib. A Photo Essay by Angela Gzowski

Arctic Char Cakes with Spruce Tip Yogurt Sauce

A crunchy panko coating keeps these fish-cakes from falling apart, making them extremely versatile. Make them small for finger appetizers, medium size (as directed in the recipe) for dinner, or make them large for a fish burger. The Arctic char can be substituted with trout and the spruce tips in the sauce can be replaced

Cabin Radio Fever

Is there listening room for a new, private radio station in YK that serves the whole territory? Broadcaster Ollie Williams thinks so

“You’re Not Throwing That Out, Are You?”

From the August/September EDGE YK: Yellowknifers are loathe to let a good thing die. Sarah Swan scavenges the city to find the many ways that goods go ‘round and ‘round

Play On

From the August/September EDGE YK: A determined group of parents started Yellowknife Playschool four decades ago. Daron Letts takes a look at how it’s become one of the city’s most enduring institutions of fun.

Nursing the North

From the August/September Issue of EDGE YK: The passing of Yellowknife’s beloved nursing matriarch Jan Stirling shines a spotlight on the compassion and skills needed for this important role, then and now. By Sarah Swan

A Life In Pieces

From the June/July Issue of EDGE YK: Paul Andrew was born on the land in the Mackenzie Mountains and raised in a strong Shuhtoatine Dene family, until the day he was ripped from his parents and sent to residential school. Here he tells the story of “Joe,” a character based on his own experience, and how he came to cross the divide from hate to forgiveness

Dene Stylin’

From the June/July EDGE YK: From museum collections of clothing and accessories to Hollywood’s red carpet, Kyla Kakfwi-Scott explores the ways politics, artistry and the land have influenced Dene fashion then and now

Gho-Bah/Gombaa: The First Light Of Dawn

From the June/July Issue of EDGE YK: Dene singer-songwriter Leela Gilday started probing what reconciliation could look like for people here. The result, one of the territory’s largest-ever arts projects is taking over downtown on National Aboriginal Day, with a preview show at NACC on June 17

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