The Sioux Chef's Indigenous Kitchen
- By Sean Sherman and Beth Dooley
- 2018 James Beard Foundation Book Award winner
- 240 pages
A 2018 James Beard Foundation Book Award winner, The Sioux Chef's Indigenous Kitchen brings modern indigenous cuisine of the Dakota and Minnesota territories to the home cook. Explore recipes (cedar braised bison, griddled wild rice cakes, roasted corn sorbet, to name a few), stories, and wisdom from Sean Sherman, celebrated Oglala Sioux chef (and Seed Savers Exchange board member), and his team in this cookbook that embraces healthy eating rooted in indigenous cultures and foodways.
Ratings & Reviews
Traditional Native American Use of Plants as food
by Lora Krall
Excellent book on the traditional Native American use of many wild plants and cultivated plants as a food that can also be medicine. Recipes are easy to prepare and delicious. Especially love the 3 sisters stew. You will want to add many of Sherman's suggestions to your garden!