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Cuddling and Corn Soup:How Natives Keep Warm All Winter!!!

Posted By PowWows.com December 8th, 2014 Last Updated on: December 8th, 2014

Natives,it's cold outside!Warm up with some corn soup and frybread! Yummy!

Natives,it's cold outside!Warm up with some corn soup and frybread! Yummy!

by Dr. Dawn Karima, Native American Culture Editor

A chill in the air means Winter is on the way! Time for cuddling, crafts and corn soup! One of our family's favorites is a great way to warm up, while celebrating Native American Heritage Month! Corn Soup makes a great appetizer for Thanksgiving Dinner!

Frybread Power!!!

Fluffy Frybread…Perfect Partner for Corn Soup!

Our Granny Lahoma's Harvest Vce (Corn) Soup

( vce is the Creek word for corn)

6 ears dried yellow corn,sliced off the cob

1 pound of dried beef or venison

Fat Back

Salt and Pepper

Soak your dried corn for 48 hours in water with a little salt and sugar in it in a two large pans. Then, add the fatback and salt and pepper. Simmer the corn,fatback and salt and pepper in the water you used for soaking for about 4 hours, or until the corn is tender. Do not overcook or let corn become mushy. Add your dried meat and cover the pans, simmering for about 15-20 more minutes. Serve with plain pieces of Frybread.

Enjoy!!!


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Brian Tiger

MV-to. Love this its makes a good meal

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