Wild Kitchen, a show airing in Canada features host Tiffany Ayalik, an indigenous woman who features a deeper look into traditional outdoor cooking and even survival techniques.
Watch a clip from her show below!
About Wild Kitchen:
Wild Kitchen is a show based in the Canadian Sub-arctic about people who harvest wild food. 100% of the cast and crew are from the Northwest Territories. Pictured here is Director of Photography, Craig Kovatch and Executive Producer, Caroline Cox, shooting just outside of Kakisa. Photograghy by Yellowknife's Kayley MacKay. — with Craig Kovatch and Caroline Cox.
"Its like popping tree zits"Check out this fun and informative video on making cedar tea. It tastes great and can help you our in a survival situation!Featuring Tiffany AyalikCinematography Caroline CoxCopper Quartz Media Inc
Posted by Wild Kitchen on Wednesday, November 28, 2018
About the host Tiffany Ayalik – From nwtarts.com
Tiffany Ayalik was born in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories and is of Inuit ancestry. It was in the North, listening to stories from her elders that she discovered her love of storytelling, and the powerful change that hearing a story can bring about. After receiving her Diploma in Acting from Red Deer Collage, she continued her studies at the University of Alberta, and graduated ‘With Distinction' from the Bachelor of Fine Arts in Acting.
Tiffany’s other credits include Zhaboonigan in The Rez Sisters (The Belfry Theatre), Piuyuq in Night (Human Cargo), Sedna in The Legend of Sedna (Table D'Hote Theatre), Elrond in The Hobbit (Manitoba Theatre for Young People), singing and storytelling as a cultural representative for the Northwest Territories at the 2010 Olympics (BDK Services), Lady Capulet in Romeo and Juliet (BFA Corner Stage), Clara in Hay Fever (RDC Arts Centre), Queen Gertrude in Hamlet (RDC Arts Centre),
Reporter in Aklavik Journals (Stuck in a Snowbank Theatre). Tiffany continues to weave her northern heritage with her southern education as she continues to story tell, act and write.
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