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Indigenous fusion cuisine coming to Caldwell First Nation’s restaurant near Point Pelee – CBC
by ahnationtalk onJune 30, 202055 Views
The Happy Snapper is getting a full renovation and a brand new chef
Jun 30, 2020
The Caldwell First Nation has a restaurant just outside Point Pelee National Park, and it has decided to make some major changes that includes a new menu featuring Indigenous fusion food.
The community has hired a new chef for the restaurant at The Happy Snapper.
Chef Bill Alexander is well known in the culinary world — he’s a food advisor for the Indigenous Tourism Association of Canada and West Jet. He’s the one creating the new menu.
“One of the things that’s going to be really interesting is you’re going to be able to come in and eat and then learn, so our experiences are going to be a lot more interactive in terms of why an Ingredient is Indigenous and what we did and how it’s doctored into our overall culture,” he said.