Cooking for Reconciliation at Skwachays Lodge
Cooking for Reconciliation is a journey toward Truth and Reconciliation using Indigenous foods to create a better understanding of pre-colonial Indigenous culture and the impact of colonization.
Our traditional foods have the ability to nourish and cultivate awareness and compassion. That is the real heart and soul of Indigeneity. How we think and conceptualize ourselves. How we tell one another about ourselves and how we create beauty, comfort, food, art, tradition, song and story telling. – Rich Francis
Since 2010, Rich Francis has been working to raise the profile of modern indigenous cuisine. A member of the Tetlit Gwich’in & Tuscarora Nations; born to his Gwich’in father and Haudenosaunee mother, originally from Fort McPherson, N.W.T. and now living in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Former Top Chef Canada Finalist, Rich currently operates his catering business and is looking forward to opening his restaurant, 7th Fire.
March 3 & 4 2017 – 5:00pm – 7:00pm & 7:30pm – 9:30pm Seatings.
*Dining room reservations will be limited to an intimate seating of 20 guests per reservation times