From a century old sourdough starter to a caribou hunt on the edge of the Arctic Circle, more stories about family recipes and why they get passed on in a brand new season of our critically-acclaimed podcast, Home Cooked, which will roll out through 2020.
SEASON 2 – EPISODE 3
When Ivy’s grandma died, the chef and food writer decided it was high
time to finally learn how to make grandma Marthe’s famous tourtière recipe from the Gaspésie. Ivy visits her aunt Jeannine’s kitchen – a world apart from her mother’s hippie homestead kitchen in PEI – to discover her French-Canadian roots.
SEASON 2 – EPISODE 2
HARVEST ON THE ICE
Bernadette has a mission: To pass on her Inuit ancestors’ skills in finding and cooking food — in a harsh Arctic environment where harvesting has a whole new meaning, and survival means sharing everything. On the edge of the Arctic Circle, Bernadette and her old friend Christopher take Sarah out onto the Arctic sea ice to hunt and harvest a whole caribou.
SEASON 2 – EPISODE 1
In 1898, during the Yukon Gold Rush, Ione’s grandfather brought a wad of sourdough starter, the essential ingredient in making generation after generation of delicious bread, hot cakes, waffles and cinnamon buns.
Ione has achieved many things during her lifetime, but the most significant
may be guarding this precious commodity, and keeping its tradition alive — literally.