Vancouver World Chef Exchange - Indigenous Canada Series - Shane Chartrand

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Dates
  • January 30, 2022
Location
  • 7 - 1128 West Broadway, Vancouver, BC V6H 1G5
Cost
  • $175.00 All Inclusive
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    • Presented By: Salmon n' Bannock Bistro
    • Salmon n' Bannock Bistro
    • January 30, 2022
    • 5:00 PM & 8:00 PM
    • $175.00 All Inclusive

    The Vancouver World Chef Exchange is back!

    Join Salmon N' Bannock's all-Indigenous team in welcoming Enoch Cree Chef Shane Chartrand from Edmonton.

    Indigenous Canada Dinner Series - Enoch Cree
    Presented by Salmon n' Bannock

    With support from Destination Vancouver, Indigenous Tourism British Columbia, Indigenous Tourism Association of Canada, Indigenous World Winery and The Westin Bayshore Vancouver.

    Our 6th annual Vancouver World Chef Exchange! We’ve reached out to our friends in the culinary community and have invited them to Vancouver. The result? Canada's Indigenous culinary best join us for a series of delicious dinners inspired by traditions, by the land, and by the sea.

    Shane's Menu : Celebrating the Cookbook Tawaw 

    • West Coast Albacore Tuna - With creamed corn ,red onion petal horseradish chips and greens
    • Beet cured salmon with chanterelles and Saskatoon sauce
    • Bison strip loin with celeriac cream,apple onion relish
    • Chocolate Beet cake with hascap berries


    ALL Inclusive – includes multi-course indigenous dinner, wine, tax, and gratuity. No minors. No refunds or exchanges. Due to the nature of this event, please note that dietary restrictions or substitutions cannot be accommodated.

    About Chef Shane Chartrand

    Shane Chartrand grew up in rural Canada between Calgary and Edmonton. His adoptive father taught him to hunt, fish, and respect his indigenous Enoch Cree Nation roots. Chartrand got his professional start when he was 14, washing dishes at a “dive” and working his way onto the line by 17 when he decided to move to Edmonton. After graduating from Northern Alberta Institute of Technology, he ran franchise restaurants but didn’t find it particularly soul-satisfying. Chartrand changed courses, honing his craft at some of Edmonton’s best restaurants: Hotel McDonald, Sutton Place, and Union Bank.

    As Chartrand ascended the culinary ranks, he also became involved in the community. He’s an advocate for such charities as Make-a-Wish and the Canadian National Institute for the Blind. Chartrand also teaches cooking classes to indigenous youth and is a member of the Alberta Ate Chef Collaborative. Today, he’s the executive chef of River Cree Resort & Casino. Shane is also writing his own book Called: MARROW, progressive Indigenous Cuisine.

    About the Salmon n' Bannock Team, Vancouver

    Salmon n’ Bannock Bistro is Vancouver's only First Nations restaurant. They specialize in wild fish, free-range game meat, and of course bannock, freshly baked daily. They use traditional ingredients that are prepared and presented in a modern way. 

    Our current staff proudly represent the following First Nations: Squamish, xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), Long Plain, Muscoday, St’at’lmc Nation, Nuxalk, Ojibway, Ts’msyen, Nuu chah nulth

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