Rich in Food: Revitalizing traditional food on the Northwest Coast

January 17


Presented by the Royal BC Museum

  • Thursday, January 17, 2013
  • 7 – 9 pm

Join cookbook authors Dolly McRae and Annie Watts, together with ethnobotanist Dr Nancy Turner, as they tell the story of the native food movement of the Northwest coast. Enjoy Indigenous tapas and tips on how to prepare and preserve the natural harvest. Get your tickets today.

Dolly McRae and her daughter Annie Watts are award-winning coauthors of “Where People Feast, An Indigenous People’s Cookbook” – one of the few indigenous cookbooks that focuses on Native American foods.

Menu:

Pine Needle Tea
Clam Fritters:
Venison Meat Balls
Pemmican Canapé – made with wild game and wild berries
Git’ksan Fruit Salad
Wild Blueberry Cobbler
Tickets:

Member $35 +hst
Non-member $40 +hst
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