"We’re essentially like this big cabin in the middle of the forest," Chef Tim Barath
"Working with local suppliers just makes sense," Tim says.
The Wilderness Platter also strongly features the kitchen's local suppliers including venison sausage from Valbella meats in Canmore, Alberta, and beef brisket and chicken from Sunrise Farms. It's really a celebration of our region. Working with producers in the area means Tim and his team have a stronger sense of control over what they're serving and the story his team is telling through food. It's also essential to shortening the supply chain, a lower carbon footprint and honouring place.
And, of course, you can enjoy the Wilderness Platter on your own as well!
Chef Tim's motto is "work hard, have fun, help out". It's that spirit of connection, empathy and adventure that he brings to each dish at the Wilderness Kitchen, and is celebrated in the Wilderness Platter.