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The Age of Acorns: Sustaining Life for Generations
Acorns represented life for Indigenous Peoples, figuring...
Native Cooking: Simple Ways to Add Protein to Breakfast and Lunch
We can live without a lot of things, but protein isn’t one...
9 Desert Plants You Can Turn Into Cookies, Candy and Margaritas
Sweet red fruit rests on the arm of a prickly Saguaro....
Native Cooking: Popsicles, Popcorn With Peanuts, and Other Summer Favorites
I’ve grown up a little since leaning on the handlebars of...
Native Cooking: Corn Fritters and A Brief History of the Indigenous Staple
A lot of people call it “life itself,” “the source of life...
Have a Native Grilled Food Feast this Fourth of July
The Fourth of July is like the grilling championships....
Flourless Thin Mints: Try These for Your Next Holiday Cookie Exchange
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?...
Homemade Paleo Eggnog: Rich, Creamy and Dairy-Free
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...
Heid Erdrich 'Indigenizes' Her Recipes: Fish Soup, Duck Egg Meatloaf and Cadillac Manoomin
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...
Don't Toss the Tail! Gobble the Whole Turkey
Turkey tails, seriously? Who knew this portion of turkey that goes over the fence last would be so delicious and also controversial...
Dump the Tomato Sauce! Pumpkin and Pasta Make Magic Together
Congratulations. You grew some amazing squashes and pumpkins this year...
My Food Eats Your Food! 6 Vegetarian Dinners Even Carnivores Will Love
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?...
Cook Your Own Street Food: Roasting Elk Sausage at the Montreal First Peoples Festival
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 ...
The Origins of Golden Honey and its Gastronomic and Medicinal Uses
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...
Winter Eats: Chilled and Chopped
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...
Use the Whole Animal: How To Cook Sweetbreads
If one was ever to visit the butcher and ask for sweetbreads, and the butcher replied, "I'm not a baker," it is time to change butchers...
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