THE RECITAL HALL
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In this workshop, Anishinaabe Chef Charles Catchpole will talk about his background as a chef and his path to learning and understanding Indigenous Food Sovereignty. He will be talking about the story of his micro farm and Indigenous methods of growing. He will also be providing a bannock making demonstration and tasting.
Charles Catchpole is an Anishinaabe Chef and Entrepreneur and is a member of Couchiching First Nation. He owns and operates CharGer Foods, selling a line of unique hot sauces and salad dressings as well as running a catering company specializing in Indigenous cuisine. He is also dedicated to Indigenous Food Sovereignty initiatives and most recently, founded Gitigaanes, an Anishinaabe urban micro-farm located in Toronto.
Chef Charles Catchpole