Native Languages of the Chippewa
The Ojibwe language--otherwise anglicized as Chippewa, Ojibwa or Ojibway and known to its own speakers as Anishinabe or
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Start with smoked fish, removed all the bones carefully,then put it into a bowl in small pieces. Then you add the blueberries mixing in with the fish. Make to your perfection. It depent on how much
Three Water Milkweed Buds
Pick the milkweed buds late spring/early summer, when they are still green and tightly closed. Rinse well in salted water, then clear water. Put in pot and cover with cold water. Bring to a boil.
Fiddlehead, Wild Leek & Garlic
Rinse the fiddleheads and leeks. Put in pot with garlic, barely cover with water, or put in steamer. Boil gently till tender.
Offers a lively discussion of the intriguing roles that dolls have played in Native American cultures and explores their significance
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
Frybread Pizza with a Twist
combine flour, salt, oil, powder, sugar and milk.
Combine well and make baseball size balls.
Roll out into large disks...fry in oil...med temp... do not let oil smoke!
Spring or Mint Tonic
Steep into a pot the mint and water.
Cover and drink daily for a month or longer.
Tilly: A Story of Hope and Resilience
Tilly has always known she’s part Lakota on her dad’s side. She’s grown up with the traditional teachings of her grandma, relishing the life lessons of her beloved mentor. But it isn’t until
Through Black Spruce
Will Bird is a legendary Cree bush pilot, now lying in a coma in a hospital in his hometown of Moose Factory, Ontario.
Gordon McGilvery ~ Cree
Noted Cree singer Gordon McGilvery passed away recently. Born April 30, 1942 in the community of Saddle