Experience makes all the difference

Aboriginal People’s Television Network (APTN)


“Annie’s second cookbook focuses on healthy eating with recipes that leave out potentially troublesome ingredients like salt and gluten but still remains tasty.”

– Tina House, Vancouver Bureau, APTN
A proud Métis from BC, Tina began her television career in 1997 as a videographer. She has also produced documentaries and feature films that have won numerous awards at various film festivals.


Some of the dishes and beverages that I prepared for the APTN taping at Barbara Jo’s Books to Cooks in Vancouver.

“Healthy eating can be a challenge for aboriginal people. Now that beHealthy Cookbook has hit the shelves and an aboriginal chef from Vancouver has the recipes promising to serve up pleasing and healthy meals.”  APTN National News October 28 2011

– Michael Hutchinson, Host/Producer, APTN National News

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