Anny Scoones: Indigenous cookbook writer discovered his roots while foraging for recipes – Times Colonist

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Anny Scoones: Indigenous cookbook writer discovered his roots while foraging for recipes – Times Colonist

by ahnationtalk on July 19, 202130 Views

July 18, 2021

Last week, I wrote that cookbooks have become a source of beauty, ideas and inspiration, nutritional knowledge and pleasurable perusal, at the same time as food has turned into art, a graceful display of creativity.

Some cookbooks have also become a source of rich cultural knowledge. If you love food and cookbooks with an air of elegance and beauty, and are seeking to enhance your knowledge of First Nations people and culture, pick up tawâw: Progressive Indigenous Cuisine by executive chef Shane M. Chartrand and food writer Jennifer Cockrall-King (2019, House of Anansi Press Inc.), both Canadians.

This is an incredible story with delicious photographs. Shane is from the Enoch Cree Nation but was adopted in Alberta as a little boy by Dennis and Belinda Chartland. He has tenderly dedicated the book to them, writing “For Mom and Dad. You adopted me when I was six and you got me through so much.”

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