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Greasy Spoon Vol 44 Feat Chef Lauraleigh Paul Yuxweluptun'aat

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Save On Meats

43 West Hastings Street

Vancouver, BC V6B 1G4

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The Greasy Spoon Diner is truly one of a kind. It pairs the best chefs in the world with the legendary Save On Meats to create a monthly four-course dining experience. Chefs trade in their tweezers for tongs, creating four courses inspired by diner food.

The meal is paired with cocktails made by award-winning bartenders, as well as craft beer and wine. The best part: it helps feed and employ members of our community. It’s an opportunity to re-connect with purpose, enjoy an exceptional meal with people who share the same values, and hear about the work being done to serve those less fortunate. The Greasy Spoon is the easiest way to make a big impact while having a great time, every time.

2018 is all about highlighting chefs who happen to be female. Lauraleigh Paul Yuxweluptun'aat, owner and chef of Bigheart Bannock, is an Indigenous descendant of Coast Salish, Interior Salish, and Carrier nations. She advocates for Indigenous food sovereignty & cultural autonomy through her food and her ancestral teachings. Through her lifetime she has experienced the highs and lows of being a Canadian Indigenous person. Poverty & intergenerational trauma always being a prominent factor, but it was her culture, her connection with the teachings of the land & water that sustained her. It was becoming a mother that motivated her to share her ancestral teachings with many of how the flora & fauna of this beautiful Unceded Coast Salish territory can benefit our well being, and how wild foods nourish us with their resilience.
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