Elders Dinner a wild success

Steam wafts up off wild meat platters prepared by Chef Tashina Claus. ( Photo by Justin Lethbridge)

By Justin Lethbridge Writer From the Elders to the volunteers and right down to the Chef, everyone looks forward to the annual Elders Wild Game Dinner. While she cooks for different events year round, Chef Tashina Claus told Turtle Island News she really looks forward to the Wild Game Dinner. “This means more than all the other events we do like the monthly Elders meals because the Wild Game brings you closer to your roots. The food is from the land and right to your plate like our ancestors. This one is extra special for me because my nephew got his first deer, which he donated to the meal, and my eight-year-old daughter butchered her first deer which she butchered for the dinner.” Using a mixture of recipes she’s researched…

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