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We Are What We Eat 2018

Celebrating Kenora's Culinary Diversity

Saturday, March 3 - Saturday, March 24 | 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

$25 per session
$20 per session for Museum Members

Pre-registration Required. Please contact the Museum to register.

It’s that time of year again when the Lake of the Woods Museum partners with our community members to offer a tasty experience of Kenora’s culinary diversity.

This program, spanning several weeks, will give you an opportunity to learn about, prepare, and taste a wide variety of ethnic foods. What better way to learn about a cultural group than to sample some of their traditional cuisine? You can even try preparing the food at home with the take-home recipes from each session.

All sessions will be held at the Lake of the Woods Museum, 300 Main Street South, Kenora.

Pre-registration is required and payment is required upon registration. We will take credit card payment – Visa or Mastercard – over the phone for your convenience.

You can do one, two, more or ALL sessions. Here is the line-up with the names of the lead presenters:

  • March 3 –   Sandra & Howard Olafson – Icelandic — Recipes
  • March 10 – Simo Lazreq – Spanish — Recipes
  • March 17 – Jocelyn Laffin & Alicia Filips – High English Tea — Recipes
  • March 24 – Theresa Jamieson and Daniel Yerxa – Anishinaabe Feast — Recipes

Bring a friend and join us for a fun and tasty food adventure!

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