Cedar Spoon and chef Destiny Moser

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Personal chef Destiny Moser recently started Cedar Spoon Indigenous Catering in collaboration with Bingemans, but food had always been an important part of her life including childhood in a large family.

“We got together often and there were always lots of barbecues. I was always one of the cooks in the family,” Moser says.

Eventually, she started cooking at community events and teaching kids cooking at the Kitchener Market. During the pandemic she made a major decision to attend Kitchener’s Top Toques Institute of Culinary Excellence.

As well as her business as a personal chef, FoodZen, Moser does a lot of volunteer work in the community that involves food and cooking, including at The Healing of the Seven Generations.

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[photo/Sylvia Pond]

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