Food and Cooking

$15.00 each

A Long Time Ago is Just Like Today

Combines traditional Chippewa stories, recalled in the elders own words, biographical reminiscences and instructions for some cultural practices. It is a rich and important collection.

$15.00 each

A People’s Ecology: Explorations in Sustainable Living

Presents a tapestry of perspectives on the interplay of health, cultural ecology, diet, agriculture, and environment, which are foundations of sustainable living, rooted in the historical traditions and practices of Indigenous peoples.

$15.00 each

A Tahltan Cookbook, vol. 3: Campfire Cooking

Here are more than 120 traditional and modern recipes from the descendants of Louise Framst’s parents and their large extended family.

$15.00 each

A Tahltan Cookbook, vol. 1: George & Grace Edzerza Family

Here are more than 120 traditional and modern recipes from the descendants of Louise Framst’s parents and their large extended family; and for readers who don’t have ready access to moose, caribou or bear, there is a table of substitutions.

$18.00 each

A Taste of Heritage

Imparts the traditional Crow philosophy of healing and detailed practical advice for turning garden plants into remedies.

$175.00 each

American Indian Contributions to the World (5-Volume Set)

This five-volume set is accessible to students from fourth grade through high school.

$10.00 each

Birch Water / K’I Tú

In flip-book format, this bilingual Dene Yatie-English children's book contains a variety of language activities.

$10.00 each

Eat, Run, and Live Healthy

Part of the Caring For Me series. Children learn about feeding our bodies with healthful food and keeping our bodies moving.

$8.00 each

Food Is Medicine: Recovering Traditional Foods to Heal the People

Authors review traditional agriculture, biodiversity, and the issues brought about by colonization of people and land.

$28.00 each

Foods of the Americas: Native Recipes and Traditions

Highlights indigenous ingredients, traditional recipes and contemporary recipes with ancient roots.

$35.00 each

Foods of the Southwest Indian Nations

In this gloriously photographed book, Native food expert Lois Ellen Frank (Kiowa), presents more than 100 recipes.

$11.00 each

I Can’t Have Bannock But the Beaver Has a Dam

A recipe for bannock follows the story, so children and their parents or teachers can read a story and have a snack together.

$10.00 each

Idonapshe Let’s Eat: Traditional Zuni Foods

This cookbook from Zuni Pueblo offers recipes, folklore, and linguistic information.

$8.00 each

Itse Selu: Cherokee Harvest Festival

In the Blue Ridge Mountains, a young child and his family prepare for Itse Selu, the Green Corn Festival.

$20.00 each

Manoomin: A Wild Rice Adventure

Created to teach children about Ojibwe culture and language, including steps to gathering wild rice.

$20.00 each

Mino-Bimadiziwin: The Good Life

On the White Earth Reservation, a couple in their late sixties continue to harvest wild rice by canoe the traditional way.

$4.50 each

Real Wild Rice

In a short story poem, a boy talks about going for rice. Young readers will feel the teller's delight in this light-hearted, deeply satisfying book.

$25.00 each

Recovering Our Ancestors’ Gardens: Indigenous Recipes and Guide to Diet and Fitness

An array of tempting traditional Native recipes and no-nonsense practical advice about health and fitness.

$4.50 each

Shemay: The Bird in the Sugarbush

During sugaring season with her family, Liza's grandmother tells her the story of how a certain little bird got its sad song.

$10.00 each

Sustainable Tribal Economies: A Guide to Restoring Energy and Food Sovereignty in Native America

Explores food and energy issues in tribal communities and provides examples of tribal innovation to create sustainable energy and food economies.

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