Manataka American Indian Council

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AMERICAN INDIAN

COOK BOOKS

INDIAN FOODS & BEVERAGES

 

 

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A Bi-Monthly Magazine of  Crafts Culture Powwows History

  • Crafts and culture of the American Indian
  • How to make those crafts, expertly illustrated and photographed 
  • Book and music reviews 
  • Historical photographs, articles on tradition and culture
  • powwow dates and much more

If you are interested in the American Indian and in particular the material culture of the American Indian: Past & Present, WHISPERING WIND is the magazine for you.  Since 1967 we've helped our readers bring the tradition home and help keep the tradition alive. 

 

One year is $22.00

Two years is $39.00

Foreign:

One year $38.00

 

 

  COOK BOOKS  

CP 727 - POWWOW CHOW  New!

A collection of recipes from families of the Five Civilized Tribes. (Cherokee, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Creek, and Seminole) Over a thousand recipes covering all kinds of food with sections on appetizer, soups, salads, bread, main courses (meats of every kind), vegetables, and desserts. 6 x 9, 354 pages, paperback. $16.95 + s/h

     

CP 490 - INDIAN COOKING COOKBOOK  New!

Native American recipes made easy for todays modern times. 5 X 8, 152 pages, illustrated paperback.  $10.95 + s/h

     

CP 266P - NATIVE WILD GAME, FISH AND WILD FOODS

COOKBOOK  New!

Over 340 recipes for Big Game, Small Game, Wild Edible's, Fish & Seafood . 7 1/2 x 9, 283 pgs., paperback   $15.95 + s/h

     

WISDOM OF THE ELDERS: Traditional American Indian Food and Recipes

This 70+ page, soft-bound cookbook is brimming with recipes, tribal profiles, authentic preparation methods, as well as colorful ideas for menu planning. Gain insight into age old traditions and read stories about the American Indians who prepared these tasty delights. Proceeds from the sale of this cookbook go to the National Society for American Indian Elderly. The Manataka Women's Council highly recommends this book for those who are concerned about providing a healthy diet for their families.  Full course meals are colorfully displayed. It is difficult to decide whether this book belongs on the coffee table or in the kitchen. Sections on food traditions make this book a valuable addition to any library.  Glossy pages are easily cleaned. Order yours now for only $ 24.95

CP056- AMERICAN INDIAN COOKING & HERBLORE by Ed Sharpe & T. Underwood 

A fascinating and helpful guide to enjoying authentic and healthy American Indian cooking. Chocked full of great recipes and stories. Only $8.95

 

CP177- CORN RECIPES FROM THE INDIANS 

By Frances Gwaltney

Paperback, 32pp, 8" X 9", March 199.1 Cherokee Publications $ 8.95

CP239-  INDIAN COOKIN'

By Herb Walker

$8.95

THE ART OF AMERICAN INDIAN COOKING
By Kimball & Anderson The Art of American Indian Cooking is a sensuous journey of color, scent, and flavor through five North American regions. Using the bounty in ingredients available - such as avocados, sweet or Idaho potatoes, pineapples, pumpkins, wild game, and seafood, the American Indian first combined these gifts of the earth into what many of us now consider to be traditional American cooking. Offering such delicacies as Zuni green chili stew and roast pheasant stuffed with grapes and nuts, plus simple favorites such as baked acorn squash with honey and Chippewa wild rice, The Art of American Indian Cooking presents some of the best-loved dishes our continent has to impart. Adapted for modern kitchens, these recipes are as inspired today as they were at their inception, reflecting the terrain, climate, and culture from which they emerged. Edited by Audubon Magazine Lyons & Burford Publishers, N.Y. 1965. Edition: 5th Printing. 215pp.  
$ 14.95

CP044- CHEROKEE COOKLORE  

By Mary Ulmer and Samuel Beck 

Cherokee, North Carolina Museum of the Cherokee Indian and Mary Goingback Chiltoskey, 1951. Highly collectible.  Lovely vintage photos of the people making their food.  Many traditional recipes. Profusely illustrated. The art of bread making is explained.  7" - 9"  $ 9.95

INDIAN FOODS & BEVERAGES

CP FD-001 - INDIAN FRY BREAD MIX

Make-your-own package includes: Bag of meal mix and directions.  Simply add water and cook. $ 7.95

 

     

CP C-01  SUNALEI MORNING COFFEE

This delicious blend of medium roast coffee creates a bold yet smooth taste inspired by the local morning coffee sensibility. This special blend is the perfect greeting to the crisp morning sunrise here on the Qualla Boundary. "Sunalei Morning Coffee" is blended from 100% high grown Arabica coffees, fairly traded and organically grown by Native Peoples. When you drink Tribal Grounds Coffee, you are supporting Native Peoples who own and work their farms and you are getting a better tasting cup because the coffees are farmed with care. The native farmers who grow our coffee, farm in ways that the Cherokee people have traditionally farmed with small share farms, naturally sustaining our families and the environment.  $ 12.95 + s/h

     

CP C-02  GUWAHI MULBERRY BLEND COFFEE

This delicious blend of premium coffees, inspired by a legendary place high in the Smoky Mountains, makes a full bodied and well balanced cup to be enjoyed any time of day. Tribal Grounds "Guwahi Mulberry Blend" is blended from 100% high grown coffes, fairly traded and organically grown by Native Peoples. When you drink Tribal Grounds Coffee, you are supporting Native Peoples who own and work their farms and you are getting a better tasting cup because the coffees are farmed with care. The native farmers who grow our coffee, farm in ways that the Cherokee People have traditionally farmed with small share farms, naturally sustaining our families and the environment.  $ 12.95 + s/h

 

Notice: Occasionally books may be discontinued or out of stock without prior notice. Your order may be filled from the 'shelf'.  Shelf books are new, but some may be slightly discolored or sale tags may be still attached.   

Foreign Customers: Shipping fees and import duties (if any) may not be calculated properly at time of purchase so please do not click on the payment Add to Cart button or the order may be rejected.  We ask Foreign Customers to email your order.  Please do not include credit card info in the email. Manataka Books

 

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