This simple recipe calls for a pressure cooker, but if you don’t have one you can boil the lentils in an open pot. Add an extra cup of water and soak the lentils for 30–40 minutes before boiling. Serves 2–3
This is one of Chef Rich Francis’ signature dishes. Serves 4
Any fresh berries will work in this sauce for the Medicine Wheel Cured Salmon. Use organic frozen berries if seasonal fruit is unavailable.
Use this crunchy Salmon Crackling to top Chef Rich Francis’ Medicine Wheel Cured Salmon
From coast to coast, virtually every indigenous nation has a bannock recipe.
This is a fuss-free go-to for Erica Ward, a coordinator at Natoaganeg Food Centre. Toss some root vegetables into the slow cooker for an all-in-one meal. Serves 4
These fish cakes are simple but naturally delicious. Yields approximately 24 fish cakes.
Chef Rich Francis used duck fat to fry up this free-formed sausage, but any oil will do.
Chef Francis often uses corn, beans and squash – the trinity of indigenous horticulture – in his cooking. Serve this with Sturgeon Chorizo
Carmel sauces comes in all sorts of varieties. This one I’ve adapted from various recipes, until I got it to where I wanted it. If you like a thicker caramel, add less whipping cream. For thinner, add a little more. Just be sure not to step away from your range as sugar burns quickly, and… Read More»