In of Indigenous Peoples Day and Indigenous History Month, we’re kicking off this cooking series with Chef Zerka. Chef Zerka will guide us through making Bannock. Bannock is a type of fry-bread that is crispy golden on the outside, and soft and fluffy on the inside! The recipe will be shared in advance of the program so you can purchase and prepare your ingredients.
Chef Zerka is a local chef with a deep passion and respect for Indigenous cuisine. She's excited to share her training with us through these recipes as a way to honour and celebrate Indigenous culture through food.
This program is part of 85Green: Cooking Series, a collaboration with Collective Catering at The Underground Flavour Group. With monthly recipes designed for both individuals and families, we hope to build up food literacy in the community while exploring the intersection of food and culture.
Registration required. This program will be a pre-recorded YouTube video released on Saturday, June 19 at 2 pm. You must register in order to receive a link to view the program.
Please note – this program was created with families in mind. If you’re looking for a more adult-friendly version, see this program.
Read more about Chef Zerka on our Where Community Connects blog!
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