Med Tomato, Chopped (Use Only The "Shell" Of The Tomato, Discard The
Jellico (Wild Greens)
Pick the leaves of these plants like you would lettuce.
Wash and cook the leaves down in a pot of water.
When they've cooked down, strain them, add a little water, and the wood sorrel, and let
Nopalitos Con Arror
In large skillet, sauté onion and garlic.
Add ground beef, cook, drain, return to skillet.
Add tomato and nopalitos. Heat thoroughly. Don't over cook.
Children of the Dragonfly by Robert Bensen
Sometimes the losses of childhood can be recovered only in the flight of the
Prickly Pear Cactus Jelly
Place 4 to 6 medium ripened Prickly Pears in a pan and cover with boiling water for a minute, pour off water. The skin will peel off easily.
Cut up, place back in the pan and once again cover with
Prickly Pear Surprise
First, ya gotta git rid of them pesky needles. Break off the big'uns and burn off the rest. (I use a blowtorch for this. You might want to use the stove.) Take your pie dough and put it in a 9" pie
Native American Tribes The History and Culture of the Hopi
“Before you take any decision, consider its effect on the next seven generations.” – Hopi
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.
Shell some corn.
Cook corn and beans separately, then together.
You may add pieces of pumpkin in.
Fried Yucca Petals
Pull flower petals from stalk and wash in salt water.
Melt shortening in skillet and add flower petals, onion and tomatoes.
Stir gently until onions are soft.
The History and Culture of the Navajo by Charles River Editors
From the “Trail of Tears” to Wounded Knee and Little Bighorn, the narrative of American history is incomplete without the inclusion of the Native
Line a bread pan with wax paper. Boil the water and add the corn meal, stir until it thickens.