Ingredients ⅓ cup white wamnaheza yukpaŋpi (cornmeal) 1 cup water 4-5 pieces bacon or 2 tablespoons bacon fat 1 pound apples and/or pears, sliced 2 tablespoons butter 1 cinnamon stick 1/4 cup caŋhaŋpi (maple syrup) Instructions In a pan, toast cornmeal until fragrant. Then, whisk in water until you reach desired consistency. If rendering bacon...
In the Dakota language, the word for wild rice is “Psiŋ.” Psin can be found in many bodies of water throughout Minnesota including lakes and is usually harvested in late August and September. In this September’s Teach and Taste cooking lesson, we celebrate Psiŋhnaketu–Wild Rice Storing Moon–with a healthy-ish psin hotdish.
Find your new summer beverage with this Wacaŋġa (Sweet Grass) “Kombucha” recipe. This refreshing drink is simple to make and is the perfect recipe for a hot summer day!
Learn how to cook a sweet wild rice pudding with chokecherry jam in this month's Teach and Taste cooking lesson in honor of Caŋpa Sápa Wi or Chokecherry Ripening Moon! Check out the step-by-step video and get the entire recipe!
In this month's Teach and Taste cooking lesson, learn how to make delicious and crumbly deep-dish strawberry rhubarb cake perfect for Ważuṡteca Ṡa Wi, or Strawberry Ripening Moon. Check out the step-by-step video and try the recipe!