Chef David Wolfman
Cooking With the Wolfman 
on TV

Television Show


Broadcast nationally on APTN in Canada and on FNX in the US, Cooking With the WolfmanTM presents Aboriginal Fusion - traditional Aboriginal foods with a modern twist.  On this unique show audiences watch me create original dishes by combining international foods and flavours using ingredients indigenous to North America with tastes and seasonings from all over the world. 

Most of the episodes present either wild game, water fowl or arctic fish with root vegetables and wild edibles but I always try to suggest easy substitutions of those of you a little unsure about some of the more exotic ingredients, so don't let the "wild" parts scare you away!
A Special Welcome

to FNX viewers in Fairbanks, Alaska; Eureka, Hoopa and Fortuna, California; Utah; Morongo Valley; Chicago, Illinois; Minnesota; Shoshoni, Wyoming; Oklahoma, and Indiana.
Kitchen WarriorsTM

Season Eight features me with my Kitchen Warriors in cook offs, pairing Aboriginal chef students in dual kitchens under my guidance and leadership.  Watch my Kitchen Warriors to see who the judges will choose to have the honour of working in the kitchen on a special private event held at the National Club in downtown Toronto.  See some photos below.

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International Guests

Season Seven introduced international food themes and featured a number of chef guests to join me in exploring cuisine from Greece, India, Italy, Poland, Russia, Scotland, Ireland, the Middle East, the Philippines, and the Caribbean.  See some photos of the making of the show below.

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Earlier Seasons

Earlier seasons of the show (Seasons One through Six) feature me with a variety of guests and co-hosts making Aboriginal Fusion dishes to tempt the palate and tantalize the tastebuds.  Unusual and common ingredients from all over Canada are used along with spices and flavourings from every corner of the world for some surprisingly great results!

I demonstrate where the foods come from through visits to buffalo farms, woodlands, lakes, and nurseries and my guests give me a hand and share their own stories about Aboriginal culture.  Enjoy!