Published on April 1, 2014 by Carol
Tribal Affiliation: Thru
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Orgin of Recipe: Offered by Jac Gibbs …who made it up and is very popular for doing so
Type of Dish: Today’s Native Dishes
Mix together all the ingredients (melt butter first). This part should be crumbly but pretty moist so it’s a little crunchy on top when cooked. If its too dry it will not be nearly as good.
Put all the fruit in a baking dish, I use whatever is available to me depending on the season.
I always add a handful of cranberries and small pieces of either orange or lemon ( peel in-tow ) which adds a very refreshing tartness to a sweet and delicious dessert.
Bake at 375 degrees for about 30 mins.
Note: I’m not native but my children are partially and I was born in Canada and raised in the arctic. My recipes are all one hundred percent created by me and well loved by all who have tasted them. I have many more and make a dynamite sheperds pie with deer. I ended up here because I was looking up ‘Brain-tanning’. I will try some of your recipes also. My children are part Blackfoot and we live up here in Alberta, Canada.