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“The Fancy Navajo” Alana Yazzie wins hearts through her lifestyle blogging!

Have you been following The Fancy Navajo?? If you aren't you're missing out on some amazing tips and recipes aimed specifically for our natives who are active on social media! https://www.instagram.com/p/BnhZN7jg56Q/?utm_source=ig_web_button_share_sheet Alana was born and raised in New Mexico and shares her love of food and fashion on her blog,...

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Chef Brian Yazzie brings non GMO, gluten and anti-biotic free food to customers!

White Wolf Pack released an article on Wednesday highlighting the contributions of Chef Brian Yazzie of Sioux Chef. "Chef Brian Yazzie is a full-time chef with the Sioux Chef, the catering company and upcoming restaurant created by chef Sean Sherman. Their kitchen focuses on pre-colonial Native American food and cooking....

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Native American Foods Throughout The United States

From acorn bread to fry bread, succotash to beef stew, Native American cuisine has been a staple in homes across America for centuries. Today, these traditional dishes are still consumed in homes and restaurants throughout the country, some stick to the classic recipes, and some put a modern twist on...

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Meet Mariah Gladstone: Founder of Indigikitchen

Native Americans are changing the way they eat, and Mariah Gladstone, a member of the Blackfeet tribe, is helping lead the way. Gladstone founded an organization called Indigikitchen about five years ago to educate those in Indian Country on where their food is coming from and how it’s gathered and...

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Cinnamon-Sugar Fry Bread with Lavender-Lemon Curd

Sometimes I like to time travel through my nose. Wait, what? Let me try that again. You know when a familiar fragrance transports you back into a fond memory? That. That’s what I like. I grew up in North Carolina. Every October, just as my birthday began to creep around...

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Havasupai Seed Drive a Success

Beautifully located 8 miles within the Grand Canyon National Park, are the Havasu Baaja (Havasupai), People of the Blue-Green Waters.  Their land is known for its majestic waterfalls supplied by hidden limestone aquifers, set against the dreamy backdrop of towering mesas, known as the Grand Canyon. By April, many different...

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Free Email Series: What to Expect at Your First Pow Wow

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