Indigenous Home Cooking: Menus Inspired by the Ancestors
Chatwin Books, January 2021. Trade Paperback. New. Item #005523521
New! Perfectbound edition. From the preface: 'Cooking and eating are at the core of maintaining good health. With so many options available in supermarkets, buying groceries that contribute to your health and well-being can be daunting and overwhelming. This book supports you by presenting a culturally relevant nutrition guide, as well as an overview of foods that originate from Turtle Island and are available in your local grocery stores and online marketplaces. Savor these recipes that support an approach to menu planning inspired by the first foods.' This lively cookbook brings traditional ingredients and a healthful approach into contemporary home kitchens. Originally developed by a Native chef and a Native nutritionist for Pacific Northwest tribal communities and health organizations, this is a cookbook that sparkles with life and wellbeing, and is now expanded to include Southwestern recipes as well. There are two binding options: the standard perfectbound, and the more expensive Heritage edition—a sewn archival paperback. Both are printed and bound in the Pacific Northwest on a heavy, quality stock, illustrated with full color photographs, 80 pages.Color Illustrations.