Waterloo region Indigenous catering company aims to use food to connect and heal community – CTV News

Waterloo region Indigenous catering company aims to use food to connect and heal community – CTV News

by ahnationtalk on November 24, 202284 Views

Nov. 24, 2022

An Indigenous catering company in Waterloo region is looking to bring tradition back to the table.

When you think of Canadian cuisine, traditional Indigenous ingredients may not be the first that come to mind.

“(People) think of poutine, Hawaiian pizza, carrot cake. And we really want to rewind back time and introduce people to the food of Canada,” says Chef Destiny Moser, who created Cedar Spoon Indigenous Catering.

As a First Nations Ojibway, Moser hopes her culinary creations leave an impact that go far beyond what’s on the plate.

“You don’t have to be Indigenous. We really want to showcase Canadian food the way Canadian food was traditionally served before the settlers,” Moser says.

Read More: https://kitchener.ctvnews.ca/waterloo-region-indigenous-catering-company-aims-to-use-food-to-connect-and-heal-community-1.6166704

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