The Sundance Family Cookbook (Indigenous Cookbook)


King, Mattew (Preface); [Sundance Family Cookbook Committee]

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King, Mattew (Preface); [Sundance Family Cookbook Committee]. The Sundance Family Cookbook (Indigenous Cookbook). [Spruce Woods Provincial Park, Manitoba, Canada]: Privately Printed, ND [Circa 2002]. First Edition, First Printing. pp. 94. Small 8vo., measuring 6″ x 9″. Illustrated card covers held with blue plastic spiral binding. Rich selection of recipes including a section of traditional (Indigenous) recipes including those for: Wojape (Berry Pudding); Pemmican; Le Dee, Leponse and Le Tripe; Le Flawn; Ko Kum’s Croissants (Metis); Buffalo Burgers; Buffalo Spareribs; Buffalo Roast; Puchin (Boiled Pudding); Ovenbaked Bannock (Longhouse Style); Indian Tacos. Other sections include: Pickles, Hors d’oeuvres & Relishes; Salads, Vegetables & Soups; Meat, Poultry & Fish; Breads, Rolls & Cookies; Cake & Pastry; Desserts; Miscelleaneous. All recipes accompanied with the names (often traditional Indigenous names), and locations of their resepective contributors. No detectable flaws, contents remain bright, clean, and unmarked; near fine. Rare in commerce with no extant copies available at time of cataloguing. Unrecorded in OCLC. Not in Peel, BAC/LAC, University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections, McGill, or Guelph University Archives & Special Collections: Cookbook Collection. Spiral Bound. ”A Little About The Sundance: Our Sundance is located at Spruce Woods Provincial Park, Highway 5, just past Carberry, Manitoba. We have had the honour to come together in this sacred place for more than four years now and pray that we can continue to do so for many generations to come”. – Mattew King (Noble Red Man), Lakota (#1826) $65.00