Traditional Cooking Workshop
In this cooking demonstration you will learn about traditional foods of the Aboriginal people and the importance of beans as a traditional food. Participants can also enjoy a sampling of bean and tomato pate.
Teri Morrow is a Cayuga woman and mother from Six Nations of the Grand River Territory. Teri is a member of the College of Ontario Dietitians and the Aboriginal Nutrition Network of Dietitians of Canada. She is actively involved in the promotion and education in the field of Dietetics through her consulting business Align Our Body, Ogwaya’dadohéhsdoh: It Aligns Our Bodies Food, Water & Medicine and is a Research Coordinator for a food and environment study across Canada. Teri also contributes monthly to the Health Section of Turtle Island News, a leading National Ong wé hon wé (original people) owned newspaper. She has received numerous awards throughout her academics, such as the Grand River Post Secondary- Strategic Studies Scholarship for Medicine, Panda Environmental Services Award and National Aboriginal Achievement Awards for Health Careers. She shares her passion for the field of Dietetics with her community as a member and advocate for the Aboriginal Nutrition Network and has been featured on the National Aboriginal Achievement Foundation now Indspireds’ website under Health Careers promotion.
When: 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm
Location: Museum Theatre
Facilitator: Teri Morrow