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This richly descriptive book includes recipes and folklore about the preparation of food by Southwest Indians. A bestselling favorite, which delights the palate and the eye, this cookbook ventures beyond mere recipes into the hearts and souls of the Pueblo and Navajo Indians. In these native cultures, the growth of food and its preparation are intimately tied to religious ...more
Paperback, 120 pages
Published May 1st 1991 by Clear Light Books (first published September 1987)
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Oceana2602
Brought this home from my trip to Colorado/Arizon/Utah last year. It's more of a souvenir (I love boks, I love cooking, so there), than an actual cookbook, though it does contain recipes which look yummy, and which I may have to try at some point.
Aimee
Reading this book reminds me of visiting friends at Canyon de Chelly, on the Navajo Rez in Northern Arizona. I can smell the pinon pines and taste the fry bread right now!
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