Interview with Chef Brian Yazzie

Interview with Chef Brian Yazzie

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About Chef Brian Yazzie Brian Yazzie (a.k.a. Yazzie the Chef) is a Diné Chef from Dennehotso, Arizona which is located on the Northeastern part of the Navajo Nation. He currently resides in Saint Paul, MN and has a... Read more »
Native American Recipes: 25 of Our All-Time Favorites

Native American Recipes: 25 of Our All-Time Favorites

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Whether you are a member of one of the recognized tribes or come from a different background, these Native American recipes will give you a delicious taste of authentic, natural cooking enjoyed through the centuries. ... Read more »
Blue Cornmeal-Crusted Goat Cheese Jalapeño Poppers with Green Chile Ranch

Blue Cornmeal-Crusted Goat Cheese Jalapeño Poppers with Green Chile Ranch

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Great news! I’m officially in love with jalapeño poppers. Not to say that I haven’t cordially crushed on them in the past, but ever since moving to the Midwest—my curiosity has progressed from simply stimulated ... Read more »
Buffalo Chicken Fry Bread with Lime-Cumin Crema & Salsa Verde

Buffalo Chicken Fry Bread with Lime-Cumin Crema & Salsa Verde

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Did you say fry bread? I’m so in. If you’ve never had the privilege of enjoying this traditional Native American specialty, this is your chance. Why? Well, now is the time they say. Though I’m still not sure who... Read more »
Our Favorite Places to Shop for Native American Products

Our Favorite Places to Shop for Native American Products

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As you might have seen from past articles and gift guides, we love supporting our Native American and First Nations entrepreneurs. So we created a list featuring some of these amazing Native American and First Nations... Read more »
Native American Foods Throughout The United States

Native American Foods Throughout The United States

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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 th... Read more »
Alter-NATIVE Kitchen Shines Spotlight On Indigenous Cooking

Alter-NATIVE Kitchen Shines Spotlight On Indigenous Cooking

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From Chopped and Hell’s Kitchen to Sugar Rush and the Great British Baking Show, there are numerous shows out there to spark your culinary interest and to satisfy your taste buds—if you so decide to replicate the mast... Read more »
Mutton Stew Recipe – The Fancy Navajo

Mutton Stew Recipe – The Fancy Navajo

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Hello from The Fancy Navajo - Alana Yazzie!  Each month I'll share my favorite recipes with you on PowWows.com! Want more recipes, be sure to visit my website - The Fancy Navajo. There is nothing be... Read more »
Chef Brian Yazzie brings non GMO, gluten and anti-biotic free food to customers!

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

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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 restau... Read more »
Cafe Ohlone in Berkley CA gives locals a taste of Indigenous food!

Cafe Ohlone in Berkley CA gives locals a taste of Indigenous food!

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Cafe Ohlone was started by Vincent Medina, a member of the Muwekma Ohlone tribe, and raised in San Lorenzo CA. Berkleyside writes the following on his new Cafe.. "As a kid, Medina didn’t know anything about tradition... Read more »
Decolonizing my Kitchen: A night cooking with the Sioux Chef

Decolonizing my Kitchen: A night cooking with the Sioux Chef

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The decolonization of our diets has become increasingly important within our indigenous communities. With issues such as Diabetes and obesity a growing concern in our communities, we have begun to look more incredulou... Read more »
Fry Bread Cravings? There’s A Mix For That

Fry Bread Cravings? There’s A Mix For That

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I know most of us to have a favorite fry bread recipe that was passed down from our grandmas, aunties or other relatives. But sometimes you just don't want to bother breaking out all the measuring cups and spoons, you... Read more »

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