Amy Rosen, writing for the Canadian Geographic Travel Club, wrote about the culinary experience at Churchill Wild’s Seal River Heritage Lodge.
Here’s what she had to say:
I’m wearing two jackets, three pairs of pants, a woolen toque, a fleece dickey and sunglasses. Only my nose remains visible. We’re going for lunch — subarctic style. We strap on snowshoes and forage for wood along the river. We build a fire and procure a jar of bannock dough from our pack, which we wrap around fat farmstead sausages on roasting sticks, cooking them over the fire until they’re puffed and perfect.
Amy was at Seal River Heritage Lodge a couple years ago and included us as one of “the country’s most iconic eating experiences“. We hope to have her up to experience the Arctic Cuisine/Canadian Wine Pairing we are adding to the Seal River experience for 2012.