Smoked-salmon mousse, spicy elk salad wraps, and venison on bannock are only a few examples of Aboriginal culinary art. Elk, moose, bison, deer, water mammals, water fowl, birds, fish, berries, wild rice, bannock, corn, beans, herbs and wild roots were traditional food among the Aboriginal people. While culinary art was not practiced in those times, it is today taught in schools.
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We invite citizens of the MNOC, our Treaty Partners, and Métis Communities to submit up to three photos of your culinary creations, a brief biography (100 words), website and FB links and contact info.... CONTACT US