Are you interested in Indigenous Cuisine?
Do you want to learn about local berries and baking?
RODS-WCN-Youth Program is pleased to release November and December Youth Indigenous Educational sessions: Lunch & Learn: In-Person Cooking Workshops.
We are pleased to have Chef Jenni Lessard, who is a member of the Métis Nation of Saskatchewan and is the interim Executive Director of the Indigenous Culinary of Associated Nations. She is going to facilitate two in-person cooking sessions – Lunch & Learn to newcomer youth and their family members on Nov. 19th and Dec. 3rd at Food Bank Training Kitchen!
This program is open for PR youth aged 13 – 24 and their family members. Please refer to the attached poster for more information.
15 spots in total! Please register as soon as possible!
- Date: Nov. 19th & Dec. 3rd (Saturdays)
- Time: 11am – 1 pm
- Location: Food Bank training kitchen (ED BLOOS COMMUNITY CENTER)
- Transportation: We will provide bus passes if you need (Please let us know)
Class Description: Nov 19 Berries and Bannock
In this class, you will learn how to make a traditional quick bread called bannock, topped with rose hip butter, and served with Saskatoon berries and wild mint. After we cook, we’ll enjoy our bannock together with a cup of hot Labrador tea and talk about the history and foods of the Métis people, who are descendants of European fur traders and First Nations women.
December 3: Indigenous Cuisine & Cooking Skills
NOTES: Please let us know if you have any allergies. Please do not attend the workshop if you or anyone in your household are sick.
Should you have questions, please contact 306-550-1839 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.