A delicious, nutritious recipe that’s not in my cookbook but I want to share. Favorite tea (I used red raspberry leaf tonight)6 oz hot manoomin milk6 oz hot waterMaple syrup or sugar to taste Make manoomin milk (this recipe is in the book): blend a cup of overcooked, hot manoomin in a blender or foodContinue reading “Herbal Manoomin Latte”
An Indigenous Food Futurisms audio tale written, read, and edited by Tashia Hart. Rez Dog Power! was originally published in print format in 2019 in the Indigenous Cuisines zine produced by Toasted Sister Podcast.
Readings from The Good Berry Cookbook
If you love bananas, you’ll love these gluten free banana crepes! These crepes are good many ways: roll them up for a hand-held banana pudding snack! Or roll up your favorite berries, yogurt, or a drizzle of maple sugar. Any way you eat them, I promise they won’t disappoint! Directions: In a small mixing bowl,Continue reading “Gluten Free Banana Crepes”
I’m so happy to say that Gidjie and the Wolves is currently featured on Cynthia Leitich Smith’s Cynsations Blog’s Native Voices: Tashia Hart on Gidjie and the Wolves. Gichii miigwech, Kim, for the interview! Kim Rogers is a writer & poet from the Wichita and Affiliated Tribes.
Here is a video from 1946 filmed on the Red Lake Reservation. It talks about farming, art–features Patrick DesJarlait Sr.–as well as fishing, and logging. The narration clearly isn’t geared towards an Anishinaabeg audience, and is at times hard to listen to. However, I did enjoy seeing the people living life in 1946. Continue reading
Here’s a few more illustrations from “Gidjie and the Wolves” (Intermediaries, book 1). ‘Gidjie’ is short for gijigijigaaneshiinh, ‘chickadee’ in Anishinaabemowin. Here she is, working some dough. What kind of dough, you ask? If you guessed that it-she-is a living doughball named Bluebelle, who comes from a piece of frybread dough made in the 1800’s,Continue reading “Illustrations”
Well, the cat’s out of the bag. In my interview with Lisa Johnson, host of KUMD’s MN Reads this morning, I couldn’t help but tell her about a new development: Jonathan Thunder (aka my hubby) will inking my drawings for “Gidjie and the Wolves”! Here’s a link to the MN Reads interview from this morning:Continue reading “Jonathan Thunder Collaboration”