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May 26 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Spring is an exciting time for many food lovers as it marks the beginning of the growing season and access to local, seasonal foods. We are lucky to have access to an abundance of wild and farmed foods, but each type of food comes with its own set of benefits and challenges. In this episode of Deep Dish Dialogues, we will discuss the difference between wild and farmed food by exploring the impacts to flavour, nutrition and access. We’ll also discuss how colonization and domestication of our agricultural systems have impacted Indigenous food systems and access to wild foods. Throughout the event Chef Kimberly Moser will prepare a special dish of braised bison with a wild rice mushroom pilaf and fiddleheads. She will be joined by Nykole Crevits from Noki Farms as well as researcher and Arrell Scholar, Rosemary Brockett. Register now to attend this event in-person at the Anita Stewart Memorial Food Lab at the University of Guelph or tune in online on Thursday, May 25 from 12 to 1 p.m.
About Deep Dish Dialogues
Deep Dish Dialogues is a monthly event series that showcases chefs and food experts diving into impactful subjects. Each episode features new guests and a recipe connected to the topic. This series is brought to you by the University of Guelph’s Arrell Food Institute and the School of Hospitality, Food and Tourism Management at the Gordon S. Lang School of Business and Economics.