Atelier
Nunavik ©TQ/Hooké/S. Davis

Introduction to traditional native cuisine

Description

As simple and natural as it is, native cuisine won't fail to surprise you. Native cuisine is the taste of the great outdoors, with hard-earned know-how to boot! Born out of gatherine, hunting, and fishing, native cuisine makes you want to go out and run through the woods. As in other fields, the natives have long shared culinary knowledge and techniques that have become indispensable. With the benefits of a 100 per cent natural pantry, over generations the First Nations have developed a cuisine rich in flavours and aromas drawn from the land and wide open spaces. A stroll through the forest, a harpoon thrown into fresh, crystal-clear river waters, perusing the undergrowth . . . there are as many ways to survive as there are to cook.  For Abenakis, Inuit, Innu, Huron-Wendat, or other tribes, the recipe is the same: first you draw from the source. Today, well-known Native chefs use ancient know-how to take us on a gourmet journey with distinctly contemporary accents.

→ Limited space. Workshops and outdoor activities are organized in small groups for a better experience. Check out the schedule below for an overview of the availability.
Atelier
Nunavik ©TQ/Hooké/S. Davis
Availability
Available
Date
Saturday, June 15, 2019
Sunday, June 16, 2019
Location
Shaputuan Tourisme Autochtone - Le partage
Location
Shaputuan Tourisme Autochtone - Le partage
Time*
Saturday: 9:30,11:15,13:30,15:15,17h Sunday: 9:30,11:15,13:30,15:15 On reservation only.
Duration
1:30
Age
Everyone
Level
Beginner
Take place in case of rain?
Yes
Equipement
Tout le matériel est fourni
Partner

Available time slots

Saturday
6:009:0010:0011:0012:0013:0014:0015:0016:0017:0018:0019:0020:00
9:30
15:15
Sunday
6:009:0010:0011:0012:0013:0014:0015:0016:0017:0018:0019:0020:00
9:30
15:15

*Hours may vary slightly. You will be notified of any changes.