Ceviche: A Classic

Ceviche: A Classic


Now, I know a lot of people aren’t in for the idea of “raw” fish. Here’s where it changes. This recipe is called Ceviche, a latin dish made up of raw seafood ingredients that are cooked in the acid from different citrus juices. Here is a variation that I’m sure will please even the pickiest of eaters! I recommend using salmon or bass for this dish.

1 pound fish, small cubes
1 lemon, juiced
1 lime, juiced
1 orange, juiced
1 grapefruit, juiced
1 tbsp olive oil
½ bunch chives, chopped
½ jalapeno, small dice
½ red onion, small dice
½ cucumber, small dice
1 tomato, cleaned and diced

Mix together citrus juices, olive oil and chive. 
Add chopped vegetables to fish. 
20 minutes before serving, toss in the dressing. 
Let it refrigerate and serve ceviche immediately. 

Play Sports Club

Play Sports Club


"Play by the lake, stay by the lake!"

Locals, passerby’s, everyone near and far! Ever find yourself wasting away a beautiful sunny summer’s day? At Lake Lauzon, we now offer a “Sports Club” package. It’s a set fee that gives you access to the grounds for a day! Best part, it includes the use of all non-motorized boats and water equipment, lawn games, bicycles, a fire pit and picnic table. All of this set right beside one of Algoma’s prettiest lakes and beaches. With our little ice cream shack, there’s even a treat waiting for you after a tiresome day of canoeing. How could sunny day play get any better?

For more information visit us at http://lakelauzonresort.com/

Algoma’s Adrenaline Destinations


Algoma’s Adrenaline Destinations


“Feel wild in Algoma!”

There is a common misconception, that in order to have a terrific destination vacation, you need to travel south. People tend to think that places like the Bahamas, Florida or Cuba are prime retreats. Don’t get me wrong, there’s nothing quite like a white sand beach. Yet, little do they know, there’s a vast wild playground spanning 45,000 square kilometers right here in Algoma! Don’t let the small towns fool you, people live in these areas for a reason. You’re surrounded by the glory of nature, trees old enough they have no need for stories. Activities ranging for those adrenaline junkies, to the perfect romantic getaway or honeymoon. There is bound to be something for everyone. Go ahead, see for yourself!

For more information & to order a free Algoma Country Travel Guide




Algoma’s Local Restaurants

Algoma's Local Restaurants



"There's always a friendly face, no matter where you go in Algoma."

If you’re staying at Lake Lauzon Resort and want someone else to take care of the dishes, these are a few of the area’s tested and true restaurants. Each with their own specialty, you’re sure to find whatever it is you’re craving within a close distance from the resort. Some of the Blind River fave’s are Monique’s, 17 Restaurant, Mustangs Grill, J.R’s Pizza and Pier Seventeen are all fantastic options. Ranging from quality take out and pizzas, to a fine dining romantic evening by the water. Whatever your price range or appetite, there are plenty of restaurants to choose from! Happy Eating, Algoma visitors!

Poached Fish Recipe

Poached Fish Recipe


"Poached fish is a method that isn’t usually popular, yet it’s delicious and very simple."

See fish stock recipe for poaching liquid. 

It’s as easy as it sounds. Bring your flavorful, seasoned broth to a low-medium simmer. 
Place cleaned, boneless, skinless fish in broth. Simmer for 2-4 minutes or until you see it flake.
Place poached fish on a napkin to gather excess liquid, and season with salt and pepper.
Best served with bright & peppery vegetables!

Grilled Fish Recipe

Grilled Fish Recipe



"Grilled fish is by far my favorite."

This recipe can be used over a barbeque, or a campfire fashioned with a rotisserie (a fancy name for fish on a stick)

Whole fish, descaled, cleaned, with head on
1 lemon
4 sprigs of thyme
1 pat of butter
½ chili, sliced (optional

Using a sharp knife, 3 slices on each side of the fish. Make sure you’re just cutting flesh.
Season outside of fish with salt, pepper and rub with oil
Place sliced lemon, thyme, chili and butter inside fish. 
Place whole fish on medium grill. Close lid.
Let cook on each side for 3-4 minutes.
Remove & enjoy your grilled fish!

Fish Chowder Recipe

Fish Chowder Recipe


A good use for the fish stock recipe posted earlier. Simple & delicious.

¼ lb butter, cubed
2 onions, diced
1 carrot, diced
1 stalk celery, diced
1 red pepper, diced
2 cloves of garlic, left whole
6 sprigs of thyme
½ orange
½ cup of flour
4L fish stock
½ lb of any fish, flaked (use smoked fish for a wonderful variation)
½ cup 10% cream
Season with Salt & Pepper

Adjust consistency of the soup to your taste. You can also use any type of stock for this recipe. 


Fish Stock Recipe

Fish Stock Recipe





Here is a simple quick method to use up those extra fish bones. 

4 onions, chopped
2 carrots, chopped
2 stalks of celery, chopped
6 sprigs of thyme
6 sprigs of sage
6 pieces of black peppercorn
2 bay leafs
1 lemon, halved
1lb fish trim

In a large stock pot, add your onions, carrots, celery, herbs and citrus. 
Place fish bones on top and just cover with cold water.
Bring up to a boil and reduce to a simmer for 2-4 hours.
Cool down and store in the fridge for up to 4 days, or in a freezer for 6 months.

Ice Cream Shack

Ice Cream Shack

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"Located just as you enter the resort, is our little red ice cream shack."

For years now, we’ve been huge supporters of the Farquhar’s brand ice cream. I can remember as a kid, that if a certain store didn’t offer it, we’d go elsewhere. Who can blame us, it’s delicious! In the summer months, we maintain a well stocked supply of different flavours, all with your option of sugar or waffle cones. We offer all the old favorites and some new temptations, such as Birthday Party Cake, Rocky Road, Black Cherry and Toasted S’mores. So if you catch yourself searching for that perfect triple scoop waffle cone delight, you’ll know where to find it.

See you in the Summer at the Ice Cream Shack!

Best Berry Crumble

Best Berry Crumble



"You're the best, don't tell the rest!"


If you’re in the area, odds are you’ve heard of the abundance of the best wild berries. Here’s a simple recipe to enjoy your efforts!

1 cup blackberries
1 cup blueberries
2 cups raspberries
2 cups strawberries
¼ cup sugar
¼ cup flour
1 orange, juiced and zested
¼ tsp vanilla
¼ tsp salt

1 cup oats
1 cup flour
½ cup sugar
½ cup brown sugar
1 stick frozen butter

Mix berries with sugar, flour and orange. Place in greased dish. Preheat oven to 350C.
Mix together oats, flour, and both sugars. Grate frozen butter into dry mix.
Gently fluff together, to get a sandy consistency.
Sprinkle the crumble generously on top of berries.
Place in oven, cook for 45 mins to an hour, or until berries are bubbly and crumble is brown.
Serve with vanilla ice cream or whipped cream! BEST!