ICTMN Staff
5/5/12
Dale Carson Cinco de Mayo, the 5th of May, is a Mexican holiday celebrating the 4,000-troop Mexican army's unlikely victory over the 8,000-armed French forces at the Battle of Pueb...
Dale Carson
4/29/12
Dale Carson Avocados, native to central Mexico, meant much more to the ancient Aztecs than fruit to mash into guacamole, although they did enjoy their ahuacamolli , meaning avocado...
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4/21/12
Dale Carson Sometimes you eat something and think, “Where have you been all my life?” That is how I feel about Quinoa (Keen-wa)...
Dale Carson
4/7/12
Dale Carson Every nation in Indian Country has their own recipe for bread—many are a variation of cornbread...
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3/10/12
Fresh fiddlehead fern buds As Native Americans, I find it sort of funny that we’ve become so trusting of packaged products in supermarkets...
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2/25/12
Dale Carson The 1965 edition of Yeffee Kimball and Jean Anderson’s classic The Art of American Indian Cooking says wild fowl eggs served as a source of protein to the Plains nation...
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2/15/12
Dale Carson How to prepare the game from the field to the table An old Abenaki legend tells of the proper way to honor a killed deer so that a hunter and his family can live...
David Bender
2/3/12
Super Bowl Sunday is almost here. If it’s anything like the last time these teams met in Super Bowl XLII in 2008—we are in for a treat...
Dale Carson
1/30/12
The Incas domesticated the tuber in the Andes Mountains, leading to its global rise Dale Carson Spanning seven countries on the western coast of current-day South America, the Ande...
Dale Carson
1/19/12
Dale Carson I had found it hard to be a fan of parsnips for a long, long time...

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