Thanksgiving / by Karie Luidens

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Indigenous cuisine is more than just the food, ingredients or cooking techniques that were used. There is meaning behind it. It brings families together and unites communities during celebration or mourning. You take from the land only that what you require and give thanks to the creator for the gift that was shared to you to share with others.

Chef Quentin Glabus (Frog Lake Cree First Nations),
quoted in “This Thanksgiving, Make These Native Recipes From Indigenous Chefs”