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Spirit of the Harvest: North American Indian Cooking

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  • Posted November 4, 2008

    Wow! What a great cookbook

    I have many cookbooks and in just one short month, this has become my favorite. The pumpkin recipe shown on the front is unbelievable good! There is an authentic frybread recipe that I remember well. I no longer have to forgo frybread because no one knows how to make it here. I can make it myself. There is sweets recipes that I had forgotten how good they were. This is a MUST HAVE for anyone who enjoys good cooking and good food that is naturally based and for the most part, easily available. All spices and seasonings are either easily available or substitutions are given. I highly recommend this book, both for a good read and a great cookbook.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 19, 2003

    Authentic and historical tastes

    Spirit of the Harvest is the best north american indian cookbook I've been able to find. Not only are the recipes tasty, but the book is divided by different regions (Northeast, Southwest, etc) thus giving you a small history lesson regarding what different tribes would have had at the dinner table. If you enjoy Native American history and love to cook, this book is a must. You'll find Spirit of the Harvest especially useful during Thanksgiving.

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