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1 World Indigenous Games 2015
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Call for Accurate Native Advocacy
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Thing About Skins
Poppin' Corn for Thousands of Years
Growing up, my mother used popcorn to garnish cream of tomato soup with a few popped kernels on top "to make it pretty." I thought everbody did that...
Sweet, Creamy, Briny or Plump—Slurp 'Em Down by the Dozen Today!
Alas, National Oyster Day is upon us, drooling and slurping ensues. As a born and bred Native American New Englander, I would like to share a personal oyster tale...
Ouch! But So Delicious. Picking Apart the Prickly Pear
If you have not grown up with this fruit and been shown how to harvest it, I highly recommend that you buy it!...
How Mother's Day Became Overly Commercialized, But Why It's Still the Best Holiday to Me
Mother’s Day is flat out my favorite holiday of the whole year. And the holiday should be shared by aunts and close friends...
Fiddling in the Fields: Try My Favorite Spring Fern
This odd weather year seems to have Mother Nature a little off schedule...
The 'Designer' Foodie Trend of 2014
I missed one foodie trend in my recent predictions for 2014 . I never imagined designers would be leaving their mark on the culinary world...
Agrihoods: Emerging Self-Sustainable Communities
Something I have always dreamed about has become a reality...
Dale Carson: Grow Food, Not Lawns!
Everyone knows grass roots are tough and they spread like crazy. Right now, ironically, there is a grass roots movement called “grow food/not grass”...
The First Death by Chocolate
“Death by Chocolate” really did happen in Chiapas, Mexico in the 1600s, when so-called upper class Spaniards would not stop eating chocolate during church services, prompting a Bis...
Pecans Declared 'Heart Healthy'; Expectant Mothers Should Eat Nuts
One of our daughters is pregnant again; she has an eight-year-old. She’s concerned about diet, fearing an allergic reaction to nuts in general may cause an allergic baby...
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