Monday, February 1, 2010

First Nations Host Food In Olympic Pavilion

Vancouver Olympics 2010 is the first time in history that Indigenous peoples have been recognized by the International Olympic Committee as Official Partners in the hosting of Games.

The Vancouver 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games are being held within the traditional and shared traditional territories of the Lil'wat, Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh.  Their First Nations Pavilion is located at Georgia and Hamilton in downtown Vancouver.

This is the Food they'll have available at the Pavilion to sample. We highly recommend you stopping by! And with a 17 page menu, there's enough selection to keep you coming back each day of the Winter Olympics 2010.

* Wild Rice Partridge Tartlets with Cranberry Drizzle
* Fiddleheads Wabanaki (your mission is to try it and write in your comment below!)

* Turtle Island seafood martini with ginger lime cream sauce
*Pan-seared asparagus wrapped in musk ox prosciutto
*Metis Bison Tourtiere
*Maple Taffy on a Stick
*Wines by Nk'Mip - the first Aboriginal owned winery in North America, located in the Okanagan

Vancouver Food And Wine * Okanagan Food And Wine

* Local Food And Wine *

Four Host Nations Olympic Pavilion. Check it out!

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