Nine Alberta Indigenous Food Businesses to Support
Here are Nine Alberta Indigenous food businesses to support. All of them feature talented Indigenous chefs and Alberta’s signature foods. We hope you’ll get out to eat, engage and explore these locations soon. It’s all a part of our promise to help you eat life to the fullest.
- In St Paul, Alberta try Twisted Fork and the food of Metis Chef Deb Poulin. We love the Buffalo Trail bison burgers with Jalapeno Blueberry Jam.
- Edmonton’s Culina Family of Restaurants has Metis Chef Brad Lazarenko at the helm. Be sure to take home some of their Vegan Borscht.
- Homefire Grill also in Edmonton, has Chef Kyle Duncan in charge. Go for the Elk Lasagna here.
- Chef Scott Iserhoff is the Cree owner of Pei Pei Chei Ow Catering in Edmonton. Visit Whiskeyjack Art House to enjoy some of his fabulous take out too.
- The Little Chief Restaurant in Grey Eagle Casino is on the Tsuut‘ina First Nation in Calgary. Try the Smoked Bison Reuben.
- The Ridge at the Stoney Nakoda Resort and Casino near Kananaskis is famous for their Mountain Pickerel.
- Go for a hike and treat yourself by booking Hunter and Gatherer Graze Boxes by Creative Cuisine Catering’s Chef Denia Baltzer in Rocky Mountain House.
- Chef Curtis of Tee Pee Treats in Edmonton is known for his bannock and the creative dishes he centres around it.
- Fat Man Little Kitchen is an Indigenous owned hot sauce company from Edmonton. You can find them at the Strathcona Market. Be sure to try the Ghost Pepper Bourbon BBQ sauce.
There you have it. Hope we made you hungry. And if you are craving Indigenous art do check out our partners Jason Carter of Carter-Ryan Gallery in Canmore and Banff. And, in Calgary stop in and browse Moonstone Creation in Inglewood. They represent 60 Indigenous artists from across Canada.