This is not another story of bannock and Saskatoon berries - Red Chef Revival, produced by Black Rhino Creative, is a six-episode, 22-minute food and travel show exploring modern Indigenous cuisine through the eyes of three successful indigenous chefs. Algonquin chef Cezin Nottaway, who runs a food business out of Kitigan Zibi Algonquin First Nation (Maniwaki) in Quebec and has been featured in The New York Times; Rich Francis, a Top Chef finalist; and Chartrand, a Chopped finalist and the first Aboriginal chef to take top honours at a Gold Medal Plates competition. The three chefs involved learn about new paths toward reconciliation in the series, and food is the entry point.
Rich Francis has devoted himself to reinvigorating pre-colonial cooking in Aboriginal communities across Canada and introducing these recipes to all of society. His "Cooking for Reconciliation" series began at Skwachays Lodge in Vancouver in spring 2017 with an epic feast.
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