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Indian Cooking: The Legacy of Joel Redhawk

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Synopsis:

A collection of recipes and cooking techniques originally dictated by the author's great, great-uncle, Cherokee elder Joel Redhawk, who was born in 1885. Describes natural ingredients that were used before the advent of mass-produced and artificially-flavored foods, and tells what sorts of modern, store-bought ingredients may be substituted when necessary. Also describes the tools and techniques used before the appearance of modern appliances and utensils we take for granted. Recipes includes preparation of wild game, fish and fowl, staples such as corn, beans, rice, squash and potatoes, fresh fruits and vegetables, and spreads and desserts that are naturally sweetened. Simple and easy-to-understand recipes that make for a variety of good eating.

Synopsis:

This collection of recipes and cooking techniques, originally dictated by the author's great, great-uncle, Cherokee elder Joel Redhawk who was born in 1885--describes natural ingredients that were used before the advent of mass-produced and artificially flavored foods, and tells what sorts of modern, store-bought ingredients may be substituted when necessary.

Product Details

ISBN:
9781607254447
Publisher:
Rod Crossfield
Subject:
Regional & Ethnic - Native American
Author:
Crossfield, Rod
Subject:
Specific Ingredients - Natural Foods
Subject:
Cooking and Food-Native American
Publication Date:
20070331
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
English
Pages:
100
Dimensions:
11.00x8.25x.21 in. .54 lbs.

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Indian Cooking: The Legacy of Joel Redhawk
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Product details 100 pages Rod Crossfield - English 9781607254447 Reviews:
"Synopsis" by , A collection of recipes and cooking techniques originally dictated by the author's great, great-uncle, Cherokee elder Joel Redhawk, who was born in 1885. Describes natural ingredients that were used before the advent of mass-produced and artificially-flavored foods, and tells what sorts of modern, store-bought ingredients may be substituted when necessary. Also describes the tools and techniques used before the appearance of modern appliances and utensils we take for granted. Recipes includes preparation of wild game, fish and fowl, staples such as corn, beans, rice, squash and potatoes, fresh fruits and vegetables, and spreads and desserts that are naturally sweetened. Simple and easy-to-understand recipes that make for a variety of good eating.
"Synopsis" by , This collection of recipes and cooking techniques, originally dictated by the author's great, great-uncle, Cherokee elder Joel Redhawk who was born in 1885--describes natural ingredients that were used before the advent of mass-produced and artificially flavored foods, and tells what sorts of modern, store-bought ingredients may be substituted when necessary.
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