Jan. 3, 2015
The website being unveiled this year for the new APTN program Wild Foods will include translation of several sections of the site into Syilx, the language of the Okanagan people.
Wild Foods: Quest Out West features host Tracey Kim Bonneau, and takes viewers on a culinary adventure every episode, hunting or gathering wild foods and turning them into exquisite gourmet meals. Whether Tracey is hunting deer, fishing for wild salmon, or even roping cattle on an aboriginal ranch, the recipes in Wild Food all have a story and an adventure behind them.
Wild Food also explores the rugged and beautiful landscape of the Okanagan region in British Columbia, and the rich culture of the Okanagan Nation.
“This isn’t just a show about food and cooking,” said website project manager Gary Symons of Nomadic Media Group. “It is equally a program about the people and the culture in this unique region, so it made a lot of sense to put the Syilx language front and centre. Tracey has long been a strong advocate for preserving aboriginal languages, and this is one contribution we can make through the Wild Foods project.”
Wild Foods: Quest Out West will air in 2015 on APTN.
Wild Food is the antidote to boring, unhealthy food. Host Tracey Bonneau takes viewers on an adventure every week, hunting for big game, fishing for wild salmon, digging for little known edible roots and berries, and then turning those healthy foods into a spectacular meal.
If you'd like to join the Wild Food movement, you can easily do so by clicking the 'Contribute' button at the top of the web page, and registering as a Contributor. Upload your own recipes and photos from your computer or mobile device, and even pinpoint the location where that recipe comes from.
Also, go check out our recipes from chefs on the show or from other contributors by clicking on the 'Recipes' link.
iʔ stuxʷcncut misx̌ast təl myəɬ iʔ puxʷ uɬ iʔ k̕ast iʔ sc̕iʔɬn.
asuxʷmayam̓ Tracey Bonneau əcxʷuysc acyaʔyax̌aʔm ks‿nwaʔlilsaxəlx yʕat naqs skʕaciws, ɬac pix̌scəlx iʔ sƛ̕aʔcinəm, ɬac ɬəɬt̕aməlx təʔ sc̕’win, ɬac tixʷməlx tac̕istəm iʔ sʕax̌ʷip uɬ nixʷ iʔ sq̓ʷəl̕waɬq, məɬ k̕ʷuls ixiʔ iʔ x̌ast iʔ stəxʷcncut məɬ qʷamqʷamt təʔ sk̕ʷulcncut.
ɬan x̌amink anwiʔ nixʷ k̕ʷ‿nxiʔmist iʔ k̕əl stuxʷcncut təscxʷuy, t̕it’iəm təs sck̕ʷulʔ t̕iʔ ktaqynantxʷ iʔ “Contribute” acq̓ayʔ l’ tqəltkəms iʔ webpage, məɬ xiʔ kʷ‿q̓ayʔncut kʷ‿suxʷ xʷic’x tack̕liʔ.
kuʔtntixʷ iʔ scunmas ask̕ʷulcncut nixʷ iʔ sk̕ɬk̕ayancut təl anpax̌pax̌t tk̕ʷulmən kəm təl antkʷəlkʷəltiwstn, uɬ nixʷ q̓ayntixʷ tlaʔkin ixiʔ iʔ scunmas isk̕ʷulcncut kiʔ scxʷuyx.
nixʷ, cawkʷ aʕc̕ntxʷ yʕat iʔ scunmas iʔ sk̕ʷulcncut iʔ təl miʔmyikst suxʷk̕ʷulcncut atlaʔ təl sk̕ʷansxix kəm iʔ təl k’ʷiƛ̕t iʔ suxʷxʷicx kmax t̕iʔ ktəqynatxʷ iʔ “Recipes” scq̓ayʔ
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