Asparagus Quiche
It feels so good to write the word “spring”—even thinking...
Johnny Cakes
Looking at a blank page made me turn to look out the window...
Meagen Baldy Salmon Salad
In this installment of Cooking Healthy in Indian Country,...
Chef Lois Ellen Frank and Walter Whitewater
Native Foodways: New Seasons is pleased to present some of...
Rachel Sayet Dried Cranberries
Though times have changed, some foods have not changed all...
Meagen Baldy Salmon Patties
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Native Recipes

Dale Carson
4/19/14
This odd weather year seems to have Mother Nature a little off schedule...
Darla Antoine
12/6/13
Girl Scout Cookie season is a few months away yet but you can satisfy any mid-winter cravings for their famous Thin Mint cookies. The best part?...
Darla Antoine
11/28/13
Eggnog has been around for a few hundred years, and though it didn’t start out as a seasonal drink, that’s just what it’s become...
ICTMN Staff
11/27/13
Ojibwe poet Heid Erdrich's new cookbook, Original Local: Indigenous Foods, Stories, and Recipes from the Upper Midwest , brings to light the indigenous roots of the new locavore tr...
Dale Carson
11/24/13
Turkey tails, seriously? Who knew this portion of turkey that goes over the fence last would be so delicious and also controversial...
Darla Antoine
10/30/13
Congratulations. You grew some amazing squashes and pumpkins this year...
Christina Rose
9/25/13
As a vegetarian, I have endured a lot of ribbing over the years. At a powwow a few years ago, one man announced, “Vegetarian chili?...
Theresa Braine
8/4/13
Hot dogs and shredded meat are on the menu at the Montreal First Peoples Festival, but with a twist: It's elk sausage and pulled bison, piled onto a yummy corn bun with a generous ...
Dale Carson
1/26/13
Our ancestors were wise to use natural sweeteners in moderation, like maple syrup, agave nectar and honey. We should avoid sugar when possible, whether we have diabetes or not...
Dale Carson
1/20/13
Each year at this time when I look out the window or walk around outside in the cold, wind, sleeting rain or snow, I can’t help but think to myself, “What did the Old Ones do to su...

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