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    Aho! I'm looking for some of your favorite real native american recipies, not candy and cookies, I can get those anywhere, to make for the upcomming holidays I'd like to learn how to cook something different. Thanks ladies!
    Last edited by little bird; 10-13-2005, 11:31 PM. Reason: Being more specific.
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  • #2
    Here is a link to a thread started way back when...... hope you enjoy em!!

    http://powwows.com/gathering/showthr...2&page=1&pp=15
    "We see it as a desecration not only of a mountain but of our way of life. This is a genocidal issue to us. If they kill this mountain, they kill our way of life." ~Debra White Plume

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    • #3
      Thanks! I went to the thread you suggested, but I can get candy & cookie recipies anywhere, I changed this thread too to be more specific. I'm looking for real native american dishes maybe passed down from generation to generation that I want to try.
      Last edited by little bird; 10-13-2005, 11:35 PM.
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      • #4
        How about wojapi? Mash some berries, add water and sugar. Thicken it with cornstarch mixed with water. MmmmMmmm. Serve with frybread or (yikes!) over ice cream.
        ...it is what it is...

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        • #5
          Originally posted by little bird

          I'm looking for real native american dishes maybe passed down from generation to generation that I want to try.

          Indian Dawg Stew:

          1 medium Indian rez dawg (preferably still young. Hang around the porch dawgs are best with big sorrifle eyes) *make sure the hind legs are firm.

          Catch, exterminate, clean, quarter and cook outside in large pot with:

          2 buckets of water.

          10 large sliced potatoes.

          4 diced onions.

          Salt, pepper and garlic to taste.


          Optional:

          Green Chili or Jalapeno's (if you live in the Southwest)
          Hominy or Indian corn (if you live on the Plains)
          Wild Onions (if you live in the southeast)
          Wild Rice (if you live in around the Great Lakes)
          Pine Nuts (if you live in the Sierras)
          Wild Roots (different varieties if you live in the Pacific NW)



          Cooking time approximately all day at full boil ....









          *L




          *(it's a joke...folks)!


          Have a good weekend!!
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          • #6
            I'm so glad for your little (it's a joke) comment at the bottom. I could hear hobbyists from all over running around town trying to catch loose dogs.











            got dang Who.



            Mussy by birth.....Native by the Grace of God.......


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