Native Tradition Meets Four-Star Luxury in Quebec – The Globe and Mail

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Native tradition meets four-star luxury in Quebec

CINDA CHAVICH
WENDAKE, QUE.— From Thursday’s Globe and Mail
Published Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2012

Hunting and foraging for indigenous ingredients – even flavouring and complementing wild game with plants that grow in their environment – is de rigueur for hyper-local chefs and food lovers.

But for the Huron-Wendat Nation in Wendake, Que., cooking with the bounty of the Earth comes naturally. And that’s just part of the experience at the Hôtel-Musée Premières Nations, a four-star, sleek boutique lodging 15 minutes from the heart of Quebec City that celebrates indigenous connections, from the rooms artfully decorated with fox and beaver pelts, to the subtle flavours of wild herbs from the boreal forest on the plate.

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