Modern Native Feasts

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ISBN: 9781551525082
Release Date: 2013-10-14
Number of pages: 176
Author: Andrew George
Publisher: Arsenal Pulp Press

Download and read online Modern Native Feasts in PDF and EPUB Contemporary and imaginative interpretations of Native American cuisine, including lighter, healthier, and more nutritious versions of traditional recipes.


A Feast for All Seasons

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ISBN: 9781459608306
Release Date: 2010-11-26
Number of pages: 224
Author: Andrew George, Jr.
Publisher: ReadHowYouWant.com

Download and read online A Feast for All Seasons in PDF and EPUB Traditional North American Native peoples' cuisine has existed for centuries, but its central tenet of respecting nature and its bounty have never been as timely as they are now. Andrew George, of the Wet'suwet'en Nation in Canada, is a well-respected aboriginal chef and instructor who has spent the last twenty-five years promoting the traditions of First Nations food. In A Feast for All Seasons, written with Robert Gairns, he has compiled aboriginal recipes that feature ingredients from the land, sea, and sky, elements of an enduring cuisine that illustrate respect for the environment and its creatures, and acknowledgment of the spiritual power that food can have in our lives. The 120 recipes include delectable, make-at home dishes such as Salmon and Fiddlehead Stirfry, Stuffed Wild Duck, Barbecued Oysters, Pan-fried Rabbit with Wild Cranberry Glaze, Clam Fritters, and Wild Blueberry Cookies. The book also features recipes with exotic ingredients that provide a fascinating glimpse into the history of Native cuisine: Moose Chili, Boiled Porcupine, Smoked Beaver Meat, and Braised Bear. This unique cookbook pays homage to an enduring food culture? grounded in tradition and the power of nature? that transcends the test of time.


Where People Feast

Filename: where-people-feast.pdf
ISBN: 9781458753816
Release Date: 2010-05-07
Number of pages: 308
Author: Dolly Watts
Publisher: ReadHowYouWant.com

Download and read online Where People Feast in PDF and EPUB The food traditions of North America's indigenous peoples are centuries-old and endure to this day. Feasts that include a bounty of land and sea are the focal point of celebrations and ceremonies; for many, food is what connects them to family, community, and the afterlife. Where People Feast, one of the few indigenous cookbooks available, focuses on Canadian west coast Native cuisine, which takes advantage of the area's abundant seafood, game, fruits, and vegetables - with ingredients both exotic (oolichan, venison, grouse) and common (salmon, crab, berries). Dolly Watts and her daughter Annie are from the Gitk'san First Nation in British Columbia, and are the proprietors of the Liliget Feast House in Vancouver, the only First Nations fine dining establishment of its kind. For almost two decades, Dolly and (later) Annie have focused on serving Native cuisine that is both traditional and modern; while many recipes are steeped in history, others are contemporary takes that acknowledge other cuisines both near and far. The book includes 16 full-colour photographs, and 120 delectable dishes that can be easily replicated by chefs at home; the authors also offer plenty of handy suggestions and substitution ideas. For Dolly and Annie, Where People Feast is the culmination of a lifetime's work dedicated to introducing people to the extraordinary foods that are truly North American. Recipes include Smoked Salmon Mousse, Indian Tacos, Venison Meatballs, Alder-Grilled Breast of Pheasant, Blackberry-Glazed Beets, Wild Rice Pancakes, Seaweed and Salmon Roe Soup, and Wild Blueberry Cobbler.


A Cherokee Feast of Days

Filename: a-cherokee-feast-of-days.pdf
ISBN: 0933031688
Release Date: 1992
Number of pages: 412
Author: Joyce Sequichie Hifler
Publisher: Council Oak Books

Download and read online A Cherokee Feast of Days in PDF and EPUB Joyce Sequichie Hifler offers a book of daily meditations drawn from her own rich Cherokee heritage and that of other tribes.


Foods of the Americas

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ISBN: 9781580081191
Release Date: 2010-06
Number of pages: 224
Author: Fernando Divina
Publisher: Random House Digital, Inc.

Download and read online Foods of the Americas in PDF and EPUB This book celebrates the amazing diversity of the original foods of North, Central, and South America. Foods of the Americas highlights indigenous ingredients, traditional recipes, and contemporary recipes with ancient roots. Includes 140 modern recipes representing tribes and communities from all regions of the Americas.


New Feast

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ISBN: 1742708420
Release Date: 2014-11-01
Number of pages: 272
Author: Lucy Malouf
Publisher:

Download and read online New Feast in PDF and EPUB The Middle East - from North Africa and Moorish Spain, through Turkey, Lebanon, Syria and Jordan to Iran and the Arabian Peninsula - has long had a vibrant tradition of home-style vegetarian cuisine - from their abundant fresh salads, dips and breads to a diverse collection of delicious and hearty main meals. Based on the freshest ingredients and cooked from the heart, Greg and Lucy Malouf's recipes are designed for sharing and enjoying in company. Their approach to vegetarian food comes from their love of traditional Middle Eastern flavour combinations and the importance of colour and texture. The recipes are new interpretations of Middle Eastern Food, inspired by the spirit of generosity and sharing that characterises the region. Think Glazed apple-raisin fritters, zucchini blossom and preserved lemon risotto with ricotta and parmesan or Griddled broccolini with almonds and harissa butter. The Malouf's have you covered with sections dedicated to butters and preserves, cooked vegetable dishes, dips and spreads, pickles and relishes, pastries, pastas, salads, grains and legumes - to name but a few. Full of stunning photography of food and scenery, New Feast offers a rich and diverse compendium of recipes in a beautiful, cloth-bound package.


Land of Feast and Famine

Filename: land-of-feast-and-famine.pdf
ISBN: 0773509119
Release Date: 1992
Number of pages: 332
Author: Helge Ingstad
Publisher: McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP

Download and read online Land of Feast and Famine in PDF and EPUB Helge Ingstad's life in the Canadian Arctic spanned the 1920s and 1930s. He describes the native companions and fellow trappers with whom he shared adventures and relates stories of numerous hunts and how he learned first hand about beaver, caribou, wolf and other wildlife.


A Woodland Feast

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ISBN: 0897253094
Release Date: 1997
Number of pages: 90
Author: Carolyn Raine
Publisher:

Download and read online A Woodland Feast in PDF and EPUB Discover early Native American food traditions through the eyes and experiences of those who lived it.


Voices in the Stones

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ISBN: 9781608683901
Release Date: 2016-11-15
Number of pages: 184
Author: Kent Nerburn
Publisher: New World Library

Download and read online Voices in the Stones in PDF and EPUB “Do not begrudge the white man his presence on this land. Though he doesn’t know it yet, he has come here to learn from us.” — A Shoshone elder The genius of the Native Americans has always been their profound spirituality and their deep understanding of the land and its ways. For three decades, author Kent Nerburn has lived and worked among the Native American people. Voices in the Stones is a unique collection of his encounters, experiences, and reflections during that time. He takes us inside a traditional Native feast to show us how the children are taught to respect the elders. He brings us to an isolated prairie rock outcropping where a young Native man and his father show us how the power of ceremony connects the present with the ancient voices of the past. At a dusty roadside café he introduces us to an elder who remembers the time when his ancestors could talk to animals. In these and other deeply touching stories, Nerburn reveals the spiritual awareness that animates all of Native American life, and shows us how we have much to learn from one another if only we have the heart to listen.


Everything You Wanted to Know about Indians But Were Afraid to Ask

Filename: everything-you-wanted-to-know-about-indians-but-were-afraid-to-ask.pdf
ISBN: 9780873518628
Release Date: 2012
Number of pages: 190
Author: Anton Treuer
Publisher: Borealis Books

Download and read online Everything You Wanted to Know about Indians But Were Afraid to Ask in PDF and EPUB More than one hundred stereotype-debunking questions--thoughtful, awkward, and searching--answered with solid information, humor, and compassion.


The Huron Wendat Feast of the Dead

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ISBN: 9780801898549
Release Date: 2011-02-04
Number of pages: 163
Author: Erik R. Seeman
Publisher: JHU Press

Download and read online The Huron Wendat Feast of the Dead in PDF and EPUB "Two thousand Wendat (Huron) Indians stood on the edge of an enormous burial pit... they held in their arms the bones of roughly seven hundred deceased friends and family members. The Wendats had lovingly scraped and cleaned the bones of the corpses that had decomposed on the scaffolds. They awaited only the signal from the master of the ritual to place the bones in the pit. This was the great Feast of the Dead." Witnesses to these Wendat burial rituals were European colonists, French Jesuit missionaries in particular. Rather than being horrified by these unfamiliar native practices, Europeans recognized the parallels between them and their own understanding of death and human remains. Both groups believed that deceased souls traveled to the afterlife; both believed that elaborate mortuary rituals ensured the safe transit of the soul to the supernatural realm; and both believed in the power of human bones. Appreciating each other’s funerary practices allowed the Wendats and French colonists to find common ground where there seemingly would be none. Erik R. Seeman analyzes these encounters, using the Feast of the Dead as a metaphor for broader Indian-European relations in North America. His compelling narrative gives undergraduate students of early America and the Atlantic World a revealing glimpse into this fascinating—and surprising—meeting of cultures.


Feast of Sorrow

Filename: feast-of-sorrow.pdf
ISBN: 9781501145155
Release Date: 2017-04-25
Number of pages: 416
Author: Crystal King
Publisher: Simon and Schuster

Download and read online Feast of Sorrow in PDF and EPUB Set amongst the scandal, wealth, and upstairs-downstairs politics of a Roman family, Crystal King’s seminal debut features the man who inspired the world’s oldest cookbook and the ambition that led to his destruction. On a blistering day in the twenty-sixth year of Augustus Caesar’s reign, a young chef, Thrasius, is acquired for the exorbitant price of twenty thousand denarii. His purchaser is the infamous gourmet Marcus Gavius Apicius, wealthy beyond measure, obsessed with a taste for fine meals from exotic places, and a singular ambition: to serve as culinary advisor to Caesar, an honor that will cement his legacy as Rome's leading epicure. Apicius rightfully believes that Thrasius is the key to his culinary success, and with Thrasius’s help he soon becomes known for his lavish parties and fantastic meals. Thrasius finds a family in Apicius’s household, his daughter Apicata, his wife Aelia, and her handmaiden, Passia, with whom Thrasius quickly falls in love. But as Apicius draws closer to his ultimate goal, his reckless disregard for any who might get in his way takes a dangerous turn that threatens his young family and places his entire household at the mercy of the most powerful forces in Rome.


Decolonize Your Diet

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ISBN: 1551525925
Release Date: 2015
Number of pages: 260
Author: Luz María Calvo
Publisher: Arsenal Pulp PressLtd

Download and read online Decolonize Your Diet in PDF and EPUB International Latino Book Award winner, Best Cookbook A return to indigenous Mexican-American cooking: delicious recipes for physical and spiritual healing. More than just a cookbook, Decolonize Your Diet redefines what is meant by "traditional" Mexican food by reaching back through centuries of history to reclaim heritage crops as a source of protection from modern diseases. Authors Luz Calvo and Catriona Rueda Esquibel are life partners; when Luz was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2006, they both radically changed their diets and began seeking out recipes featuring healthy, vegetarian Mexican foods. They promote a diet rich in plants indigenous to the Americas (corn, beans, squash, greens, herbs, and seeds), and are passionate about the idea that Mexicans and Latinos/as living in the US and Canada need to ditch the fast food and return to their own culture's food roots for both physical health and spiritual connection. This vegetarian cookbook features more than 100 colourful, delicious recipes inspired by indigenous ingredients and knowledge, such as Red Pozole with Medicinal Mushrooms, Healing Green Chileatole, Amaranth Corn Tortillas, and Prickly Pear Chia Fresca. Steeped in history, but very much rooted in the contemporary world, Decolonize Your Diet will introduce readers to the energizing, healing properties of a plant-based Mexican-American diet. Full-colour throughout.


The Feast Nearby

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ISBN: 9781580085588
Release Date: 2011
Number of pages: 266
Author: Robin Mather
Publisher: Random House LLC

Download and read online The Feast Nearby in PDF and EPUB The author chronicles her year-long project, during which she committed to cooking three seasonal and local meals on only $40 per week, in a book that includes 150 recipes, such as Lemon-Tarragon Pickled Asparagus and Greek-Marinated Grilled Leg of Lamb.


The Jungle Effect

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ISBN: 9780061844607
Release Date: 2009-10-13
Number of pages: 384
Author: Daphne Miller, M.D.
Publisher: Harper Collins

Download and read online The Jungle Effect in PDF and EPUB Why do the relatively poor native populations in Mexico and Africa have such low levels of the chronic diseases that plague the United States? Why is the rate of seasonal affective disorder in Iceland—a country where dreary weather is the norm—so low? Why is it that older women in Okinawa have such low breast cancer rates that it is not considered cost-effective for them to get screening mammograms? The Jungle Effect has the life-changing answers to these important questions, and many more. Whether it's the heart-healthy Cretan diet, with its reliance on olive oil and fresh vegetables, the antidepressive Icelandic diet and its extremely high levels of omega-3s, the age-defying Okinawa diet and its emphasis on vegetables and fish, or the other diets explored herein, everyone who reads this book will come away with the secrets of a longer, healthier life and the recipes necessary to put those secrets into action. The Jungle Effect is filled with inspiring stories from Dr. Miller's patients, quirky travel adventures, interviews with world-renowned food experts, delicious (yet authentic) indigenous recipes, and valuable diet secrets that will stick with you for a lifetime.