I was invited to spend 4 days at the Mall of America as part of their MinNoCoata program. The Mall is trying to show that you can come to Minnesota and enjoy their stores and attractions in the middle of…..
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With the success of his Indigenous food truck Tatanka Truck, its only natural that Chef Sean Sherman wants to emulate that same success with a brick and mortar restaurant. Yet this would be no ordinary restaurant, more of a cultural…..
The Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian on The Mall in Washington, D.C. brings the best of Native cuisine and culture to the seventh annual Living Earth Festival Friday, July 15, through Sunday, July 17. This year’s festival focuses…..
For years now Zagat has been the go to source for ratings and reviews for restaurants, nightlife, hotels and more. They recently started creating original videos about tasty treats and unique cuisines around the country. They’ve enlisted Jessica Sanchez, chef/owner…..
In another hilarious video from Buzzfeed, we find out what happens with typical Americans try Native American foods. How do you think they’ll react? Watch and see! Consensus? “I bet this is what you eat when you have your life…..
After walking around The Pit, strolling through the vendors and listening to some good music at Stage 49, you’re going to need to refuel. Luckily the Gathering of Nations has welcomed in some great food vendors. They had Mexican food,…..
Ok guys, I’m officially jealous of all of y’all in Saskatoon. CBC News recently shared an interview from Saskatoon Morning with entrepreneur Rachel Eyahpaise, owner of Bannock Express. She’s been cooking her whole life, but just last summer went ahead…..
Foodies and Cultural Appropriation: Stealing Ponies – Interviewee: Karlene Hunter, CEO Native American Natural Foods
Use the term “cultural appropriation”at the next dinner party you attend and you are almost sure to start a lively conversation; it seems that Natives have found many an ally among those who know better (or at least have better…..
This past weekend, the Bay Area American Indian Two Spirit (BAAITS) group held their 5th Annual Two Spirit Powwow at the Fort Mason Pavillion in San Francisco, California. Official Welcome BAAITS Two Spirit Powwow Two Spirit Powwow Experience, many people…..
For Native Americans in Minnesota, food is a symbol of their struggle. After hundreds of years of isolation, here’s how the community is fighting to reclaim their cultural identity — and their health. Watch this documentary video from .Mic: