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Weekend menu: A modern take on traditional first nations fare

Salmon burger and bannock recipe.

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On a recent trip to Whistler, B.C., I had dinner at the spectacular Squamish Lil'wat Cultural Centre. The café features modernized versions of traditional first nations food. I fell in love with bannock, the aboriginal flatbread, which is basically a fried bread. Once you've eaten one you can't stop.

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