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Greens Salad “Guhitligi”
Parboil, salt, then cook some more with grease.
Cherokee Fried Hominy
Fry bacon crisp. Remove from pan.
Drain most of grease. Drain water off hominy. Fry hominy in bacon grease.
Crumble bacon & mix in hominy.
Put it all together in a pot and cook it until it's soup!!
Note: Good served with baked scone, or bannock
Shell some corn.
Cook corn and beans separately, then together.
You may add pieces of pumpkin in.
Dandelion Stir Fry
Cut and clean fish. Cut into long strips. Chop onion. Slice lemon into thin disks.Wash and chop dandelion leaves. Grease metal fry pan slightly with bacon grease. (so you don't burn the fish)Put on a
Dried Sweet Corn Soup
Boil corn, kidney beans and pork for a hour then add dried meat and potatos.
Cook about another hour or until everything is done.
Floral Green Salad
Pick the fiddle head fern in the spring when they are young, up to 6 inches in height and unopened wash these and then drain.
Chop leeks add to the fiddle head.
Fried Corn Mush
Boil cornmeal and make a thick mush, like oatmeal. Season with a little salt. We used to eat it this way but when there was some left we’d let it cool over night.
Next day, slice the mush into
Fried Sage & Mushroom Sause for Pasta
Place 4 quarts of water in a large kettle, add a bit of canola oil.
Heat the water to boiling for pasta while you prepare the sauce.Melt 1/8 cup of the butter. Add sage leaves and fry until they