Penzeys Spices’ Penokee Stories

Giving Thanks Where Thanks is Due

You’ll enjoy meeting some of the people who live in the Penokee Hills area and are working to protect the area through these well done stories on the Penzeys Spices  website. Plus you’ll get some great recipes.

There are links on the first page to all the stories — or use the direct links below.

Giving Thanks Where Thanks is Due
A celebration of our Native American communities.
Introduction by Bill Penzey
https://www.penzeys.com/cook/themes/giving-thanks-where-thanks-is-due/

Tribal Chairman Mike Wiggins Jr. loves to be out on the water. "Our great-great-great-great-grandfathers traveled these waters," he says.

Tribal Chairman Mike Wiggins Jr. loves to be out on the water. “Our great-great-great-great-grandfathers traveled these waters,” he says.

Mike Wiggins Jr and Joe Rose Sr
https://www.penzeys.com/cook/themes/giving-thanks-where-thanks-is-due/mike-wiggins-jr-and-joe-rose-sr/

Pete Rasmussen and Joy Schelble
https://www.penzeys.com/cook/themes/giving-thanks-where-thanks-is-due/pete-rasmussen-and-joy-schelble/

O’Dovero-Flesia Family Farm
https://www.penzeys.com/cook/themes/giving-thanks-where-thanks-is-due/odovero-flesia-family-farm/

Dick and Wendy Thiede
https://www.penzeys.com/cook/themes/giving-thanks-where-thanks-is-due/dick-and-wendy-thiede/

Michelle Carlile-Heglund
https://www.penzeys.com/cook/themes/giving-thanks-where-thanks-is-due/michelle-carlile-heglund/

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