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The best of both worlds from Indigenous bush cook Art Napoleon.
Get your skillets readyyes, two of them. This two-component dish by Indigenous bush cook Art Napoleon fries up deer in one skillet and clam fritters in another. It’s inspired by an episode of Napoleon and classically trained chef Dan Hayes’ TV show Moosemeat and Marmalade, which is shot in Masset in Northern Haida Gwaii. The fifth season is airing nowhere’s a taste.
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