Pauline & Her Three SistersCity: Hamilton/Niagara
Learn to cook some delicious Indigenous dishes with Pauline and Her Three Sisters! Chef Pauline Cotter teaches a bit Indigenous culture while cooking with traditional Ingredients such as corn, beans and squash, known as the Three Sisters.
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Pauline uses the Indigenous ingredients in her first dish to make a bison burger with a three sisters salad. We also look at Pauline's connection to the Fort Erie Native Friendship Centre while showing their aspiring garden where they plant white corn, beans and squash.
Pauline creates a dish using lake trout with a lemon butter sauce and a strawberry spinach salad on the side. Strawberries are a traditional 'medicine food' and they are growing at the Fort Erie Native Friendship Centre along with their Three Sisters Garden, we get an update on the progress.
Pauline wraps up the series with a fresh approach to cooking a venison roast with a wild rice side dish. The results of the garden at the Fort Erie Native Friendship Centre are finally revealed.