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Cook it Raw Alberta - Shaping of a Culinary Frontier

Alessandro Porcelli begins our Cook it Raw Alberta series, explaining the project and what we hope to achieve in this journey. Watch the seven part series of Cook it Raw Alberta where we explore the culinary landscape of our province. In conjunction with Alberta Culinary Tourism Alliance this project focuses on the products of the land, and puts the ingredients in the spotlight for each dish. Two chefs, one producer, and one ingredient; this is Cook it Raw Alberta.

ACTA - albertaculinary.com/
Cook it Raw - cookitraw.org/events/alberta/

Canola

The first episode of the Cook it Raw series we did for Alberta Culinary Tourism Alliance. Watch chefs Darren MacLean (Shokunin) and Liana Robberecht (Winsport) explore the possibilities using Alberta’s liquid gold. Thanks to Lee Markert who was an invaluable asset, giving an inciteful look into Canola and why it is so important to our province.
Watch the seven part series of Cook it Raw Alberta where we explore the culinary landscape of our province. In conjunction with Alberta Culinary Tourism Alliance this project focuses on the products of the land, and puts the ingredients in the spotlight for each dish. Two chefs, one producer, and one ingredient; this is Cook it Raw Alberta.

Shokunin - twitter.com/shokuninyyc
Winsport - winsport.ca/
Markert Seeds - markertseeds.com/
ACTA - albertaculinary.com/
Cook it Raw - cookitraw.org/events/alberta/
Two Words Productions - twowordsproductions.ca

Bison

The second episode of the Cook it Raw series we did for Alberta Culinary Tourism Alliance. Chefs Paul Rogalski (Rouge) and Brayden Kozak (Three Boars Eatery) celebrate Alberta’s largest land mammal, the bison. Thanks to Armin and Michelle of Pilatus Farms for taking us on their land and letting us be part of their journey in raising bison in Alberta.

Watch the seven part series of Cook it Raw Alberta where we explore the culinary landscape of our province. In conjunction with Alberta Culinary Tourism Alliance this project focuses on the products of the land, and puts the ingredients in the spotlight for each dish. Two chefs, one producer, and one ingredient; this is Cook it Raw Alberta.

Links: 
Rouge - rougecalgary.com/
Three Boars - threeboars.ca/
Canadian Rangeland - rangelandbison.ca
ACTA - albertaculinary.com/
Cook it Raw - cookitraw.org/events/alberta/

Red Fife

The third episode of the Cook it Raw series we did for Alberta Culinary Tourism Alliance. Watch chefs explore the possibilities using one of Alberta’s oldest grain. Thanks to John Schneider who was an invaluable asset, giving an inciteful look into Red Fife and why it is so important to our province.


Watch the seven part series of Cook it Raw Alberta where we explore the culinary landscape of our province. In conjunction with Alberta Culinary Tourism Alliance this project focuses on the products of the land, and puts the ingredients in the spotlight for each dish. Two chefs, one producer, and one ingredient; this is Cook it Raw Alberta.

twowordsproductions.ca
river-cafe.com/
rivercreeresort.com/
goldforestfarms.blogspot.ca/
albertaculinary.com/
cookitraw.org/events/alberta/

Beef

The fifth episode of the Cook it Raw series we did for Alberta Culinary Tourism Alliance. This piece has chefs Justin Leboe and Eden Hrabec travelling down to Trail’s End Ranch to learn about grass fed organic cattle. Rachel and Tyler Herbert take us through their ranching process and what makes their beef so good to cook with. Watch to see what Justin and Eden come up with using arguably Alberta’s most notable ingredient.
Watch the seven part series of Cook it Raw Alberta where we explore the culinary landscape of our province. In conjunction with Alberta Culinary Tourism Alliance this project focuses on the products of the land, and puts the ingredients in the spotlight for each dish. Two chefs, one producer, and one ingredient; this is Cook it Raw Alberta.

Trail’s End - trailsendbeef.com/
Crazy Weed - crazyweed.ca/
Model Milk - modelmilk.ca/
ACTA - albertaculinary.com/
Cook it Raw - cookitraw.org/events/alberta/

Root Vegetables

The fourth episode of the Cook it Raw series we did for Alberta Culinary Tourism Alliance. Watch chefs explore the culinary possibilities using Root Vegetables from Alberta. Thanks to Tam Andersen who was a gracious host and wonderful interview, giving an inciteful look into Root Vegetables. Watch as chefs Cam Dobranski and Blair Lebsack collaborate on a dish using Alberta root vegetables, a forno and innovative ideas.

Watch the seven part series of Cook it Raw Alberta where we explore the culinary landscape of our province. In conjunction with Alberta Culinary Tourism Alliance this project focuses on the products of the land, and puts the ingredients in the spotlight for each dish. Two chefs, one producer, and one ingredient; this is Cook it Raw Alberta.

twowordsproductions.ca 
brasseriekensington.com/
winebarkensington.com/
rgerd.ca/
prairiegardens.org/
albertaculinary.com/
cookitraw.org/events/alberta/

Saskatoon Berry

The sixth episode of the Cook it Raw series we did for Alberta Culinary Tourism Alliance. Chefs Scott Porhorelic (SAIT) and Jean Micheal McNeil work their culinary magic using a berry unique to Alberta, the saskatoon. Thanks to Paul Hamer at The Saskatoon farm in Okotoks for talking with us and teaching about this native berry.

Watch the seven part series of Cook it Raw Alberta where we explore the culinary landscape of our province. In conjunction with Alberta Culinary Tourism Alliance this project focuses on the products of the land, and puts the ingredients in the spotlight for each dish. Two chefs, one producer, and one ingredient; this is Cook it Raw Alberta.

Links: 
SAIT - sait.ca/
JMM - albertaculinary.com/chefs/johnmichaelmacneil/
The Saskatoon Farm - saskatoonfarm.com/
ACTA - albertaculinary.com/
Cook it Raw - cookitraw.org/events/alberta/

Honey

The seventh episode of our Cook it Raw series filmed for Alberta Culinary Tourism Alliance. Chefs Duncan Ly and Connie DeSousa (Charcut) check out the sweet side of Alberta in honey. Thanks to Nathan and everyone at Fallentimber Meadery for taking us through their process and sharing their story about bees.

Watch the seven part series of Cook it Raw Alberta where we explore the culinary landscape of our province. In conjunction with Alberta Culinary Tourism Alliance this project focuses on the products of the land, and puts the ingredients in the spotlight for each dish. Two chefs, one producer, and one ingredient; this is Cook it Raw Alberta.

Charcut - charcut.com/
Fallentimber Meadery - fallentimbermeadery.ca/
ACTA - albertaculinary.com/
Cook it Raw - cookitraw.org/events/alberta/