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Post 2 of 4 |    The community of Pond Inlet prays and prepares for the feast laid out before them. Some of this food is local, some has been traded from other communities, and the tuktu (caribou) came from a special hunt that took almost two weeks. In a few moments, everyone will rush…

Post 3 of 4 |    Suppertime. Bring your own knife. Norman prepares some food for us to try at the Pond Inlet community feast. His favourite combination is raw caribou and aged walrus blubber. He slices the pieces precisely and stacks them together. Norman shows his generosity by sharing just a small piece with…

Post 4 of 4 |  Food is more than fuel; it’s culture. Alexandria Siakuluk’s father feeds her a piece of narwhal skin at the community feast in Pond Inlet. Another fabulous portrait by @eric_guth . Thank you to artist Greg Morgan for permission to use this photograph. #meetthenorth #lindbladexpeditions #feelthewarmth #countryfood #maktak #pondinlet #arctic #nunavut…