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Personal taste

Chef Shane Chartrand and photographer Cathryn Sprague reveal their favourite images from Tawâw: Progressive Indigenous Cuisine


EDMONTON CHEF and former Chopped Canada contestant Shane Chartrand is a passionate advocate of Indigenous culinary traditions and ingredients. For his debut cookbook, Tawâw: Progressive Indigenous Cuisine (House of Anansi Press), Chartrand and his co-writer, Jennifer Cockrall-King, mix memoir and conversations together with recipes, tips, and techniques inspired by dishes from various First Nations communities.

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