Indigenous cooking show at Six Nations

By Victoria Gray Writer Moosemeat and Marmalade is celebrating Six Nations Haudenosaunee culture, artists and most importantly its traditional foods. Moosemeat and Marmalade is the longest-running, current cooking show in Canada. It’s an APTN show co-hosted by Cree Bush Cook, Art Napoleon, and British Chef, Dan Hayes to explore and compare Indigenous and European culture and cuisine. Napolean and producer Priyanka Desai came to Six Nations Elected Council’s General Council meeting on April 13 to seek permission to film and fish on the territory from May 2 to May 10 to film an episode for its seventh season. “Six Nations is one of the biggest communities in Canada,” he said. We know corn was very important, strawberries- and you have so many artists… We want to kind of show that…

This content is for Yearly Subscription and Yearly Subscription – Corporate members only.
Log In Register

Add Your Voice

Is there more to this story? We'd like to hear from you about this or any other stories you think we should know about. Contribute your voice on our contribute page.