Frybread Minnesota

Frybread Minnesota

Concessions for events. Delicious quality foods. Off season -Learn how to make Frybread. Classes or private lesson by appointment. Supplies are provided.

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04/10/2022

500 years ago, in 1493, a papal bull by Pope Alexander VI became the basis for the Doctrine of Discovery - colonizing lands that were inhabited by Indigenous peoples in South America, Africa, and North America / Turtle Island. https://www.gilderlehrman.org/history-resources/spotlight-primary-source/doctrine-discovery-1493

"The Bull stated that any land not inhabited by Christians was available to be "discovered," claimed, and exploited by Christian rulers and declared that "the Catholic faith and the Christian religion be exalted and be everywhere increased and spread, that the health of souls be cared for and that barbarous nations be overthrown and brought to the faith itself." This "Doctrine of Discovery" became the basis of all European claims in the Americas."

It was the start of an era of oppression for Indigenous peoples around the world - with the blessing of the Catholic Church. In Canada, the years that followed saw things like the Reserve and Pass System, Residential Schools (including sexual, physical, emotional, and cultural abuse of children at the hands of Roman Catholic priests, nuns, and brothers), the Sixties Scoop, the harmful impacts of the Indian Act, dispossession of land, and many other genocidal policies. The policy of "killing the Indian in the child" was associated with Residential Schools in Canada and the United States and had strong Christian undertones meant to "civilize" Indigenous people into Christian beliefs and European ways of acting. The church and other European colonizers sought to destroy families and communities - but their policy of assimilation failed.

Over the past week, Survivors, inter-generational Survivors, and leaders were in Vatican City to receive the Pope's apology prior to a visit to Canadian soil this summer, where he is expected to apologize to Indigenous people in this land.

This is a first step, and there is still much more work to do: the Vatican has been criticized for sheltering accused pedophile Father Johannes Rivoire, the Vatican also has refused - until very recently - to open its archives fully, the Catholic Church has not kept its promises on compensation to Survivors, and it still holds many cultural and traditional pieces of property that must be returned to Indigenous communities in Canada. Some Indigenous leaders are calling for a broader apology that specifically retracts the doctrine of discovery and an apology and appropriate reparations for the Catholic Church's role in colonization and genocide of Indigenous peoples around the globe.

Pictured below are Larissa Burnouf, Eleanore Sunchild, and Kevin Haywahe in Vatican City. They are an example of a few of the many Indigenous Survivors, Inter-generational Survivors, cultural keepers, and leaders who travelled to Europe, bringing a message of resilience and power to Pope Francis at his house in Vatican City. They witnessed the first apology ever made by a sitting Pope to Indian Residential School survivors.

You can read more about each of their work below:

Larissa Burnouf - Larissa was formerly a journalist at APTN and has recently completed a law degree: https://www.aptnnews.ca/author/lburnouf/

Eleanore Sunchild - https://thestarphoenix.com/life/bridges/years-of-listening-to-residential-school-survivors-taught-eleanore-sunchild-not-to-fear-the-truth

Kevin Haywahe - https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/saskatchewan/culture-indigenous-tourism-conference-1.4883125

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09/06/2019

After a couple of years of time off. We have decided that next year, it will be time to started kneading up the dough and making the pow wow run again!

It's going to be LIT!

New menu, menu healthy options, improved version of some of your favorites also.

Shout out to let us know where you want us to come to! Currently sky is the limit!!! WeeeecHaww

07/14/2019

No NDN tacos... Yesterday while I was at pow wow. Nobody had Indian tacos for sale! There was a couple stand with frybread. And an off market couple selling green chilli or red chilli frybread. Which might have been close to Indian taco. But the thought of following someone to there vehicle and having them serve from their trunk or backseat, really wasn't appealing. No possible food poisoning for me. It already risky enough from regular stands. Other option was meat pies from other off market ppl. Which really goes against my grain. After vending for so many years. Knowing the health regulations and taking pride in my own work. Spending thousands on equipment to keep products safe, hundreds to keep food certificate up. Paying taxes and fees to be at events. Paying for insurance and being bonded incase of illness or accidents. Then to have someone take shortcut like that just bothers me. Yes, I believe we should all support each other to raise each other up. But I also want to keep ppl safe from illnesses. Couple years back there was a major outbreak of food poisoning from a vendor at a pow wow, where hundreds were sick.

Aaaa alas, I get side tracked. Shaking my head. There were no Indian tacos to be found. I searched high and low, circling the arena like a wild animal on the hunt. All kinds of other carnival foods. But burgers and corn dogs were not what I was craving. Even seen a vendor who sign said 'Healthy AF foods', thinking I could maybe get something there. Nondda fried food. Hamburgers, cheeseburgers, jalapeño poppers, deep fried Mac cheese, fries, cheese fries. Not really my idea of healthy food.

No Indian tacos, no walking tacos. Maybe that my sign that I need to go back to vending? At least then I'll have some of the best Indian taco at the pow wow... Might be because it the only ones! Haha still working on chiefing up a healthier version of frybread. (Oxymoron) keep doing tryapies (trying new recipies from scrap). Might try acorn incorporated frybread. Had to improved whole wheat last year at an event. That wasn't too bad. Needing more ideas!

03/09/2019

After taking a much needed break. We are considering hitting the trail this summer!!!

Click here to support Annie Humphrey & Cedar Jimenez organized by Gayle Weigle 11/16/2018

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Click here to support Annie Humphrey & Cedar Jimenez organized by Gayle Weigle 'Cedar and mom, Annie Humphrey, were involved in a car accident early in the morning on Saturday, November 10, while on their way to a concert in Marquette, MI. As they came up over a hill on Highway 2 east of Floodwood, MN, a car with two teenagers crossed over into Annie's lane, and the vehicl...

06/05/2018
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Love camp life! Do the best cooking, natural smoke flavors😊

03/29/2018

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This year expanding options!!! A Carne Asada Indian taco.

Real beef steak seasoned and grilled to perfection, on a glueten free indian taco, served with fresh Pico De Gallo, topped with Mexican blend cheese and a house secret smooth creamy avocado sauce.

03/14/2017

Good morning beautiful people!!! 😉 We almost ready to start off another year of frybead making, jammin to pow wow music, and rolling across Turtle Island!

This year, a portion of profits will go toward efforts of the continued Environmental struggles we face. We need clean air, water and treat Mother Earth as the scared being she is. As always, my loves, we are in this together!

01/14/2017
01/14/2017

Never forgotten..

12/11/2016

All Nations Camp

As you know this week the sacred spirit fire was put out this week at Oceti Sakowin Camp. This marks a new beginning in the continued protection of our waters and Mother Earth. With winter at camp it is imperative that people understand and respect why this is happening.

With any community/culture there are sustainable limits. As much as our hearts and souls want to be there and yearn to be together at this time. It is best to do what needed to ensure the safety of all protectors. At this time it will be difficult to ensure the safety of the people. Mainly because we cross over a spiritual threshold of Spitual being and awareness. I will try to explain as best I can as to what that means.
Our physical bodies are dependent on the elements: water, earth, wind and fire. Water turns to ice and snow, Mother Earth hibernates, the winds of change blow and the fire grows to embers to keep was warm. We are governed by the four directions: North, East, South and West. When the North winds of ol' man winter blow this is a signal of the spirit world changing. A time to conserve. Which means less to go around. As a society we have grown accustomed to the plentifulness and entitlement of having things now, the convenience of when we want things and wasteful discarding. Where our ancestors knew we needed to conserve and prepare. So until the South/West winds blow again bringing the warmer weather to All Nations, we as people need to preserve and protect the best we can. Prayers are powerful no matter where you are. Send what you can to help. Contact propane suppliers for the camps, buy propane for them. Send wood. Send hay. Send food. Send extreme winter supplies. Send snow removal equipment. Send water. Send prayers. Send what you can. Also keep calling and questioning about the rights of the Treaties. Do what you can from where you are. If you go, make sure you are prepared to sustain yourself and more. So unless you intend to stay, our duties are to continue to educate, share what you have learned, question the reasons of the continued abuse of water and earth, stand up for Treaty rights. As the North winds blow we spread out.... remember we are all related, we are All Nations regardless of where we are. The Octeti Sakowin fire burns strong in ALL of our hearts. With love and prayers we spread out to share and continue to be All Nations.

12/09/2016

Plastics

We as a society have a need to start getting ourselfs off the fossil fuel tit and realize that we, as the people, can make a difference. It doesn't have to drastic change, but every little bit helps. I challenge all my FB friends to pick one small thing to give up in order to make that change start.

I will not buy anymore plastic packaged drinks. Water or pop.

12/08/2016

We as a society have a need to start getting ourselfs off the fossil fuel tit and realize that we, as the people, can make a difference. It doesn't have to drastic change, but every little bit helps. I challenge all my FB friends to pick one small thing to give up in order to make that change start.

I will not buy anymore plastic packaged drinks. Water or pop.

Why Standing Rock Is About Way More Than a Pipeline 12/08/2016

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03/24/2015

Gettin ready for Pwow Season!

North Coast Nosh Curated by Sioux Chef Sean Sherman | Minnesota History Center 12/05/2014

North Coast Nosh Curated by Sioux Chef Sean Sherman | Minnesota History Center

Chef Sean Sherman is a exquisite master of culinary arts. Taking indegenous recipes to a ulimate new level! A must try for everyone. ..If you have time try his array for delicious foods.

North Coast Nosh Curated by Sioux Chef Sean Sherman | Minnesota History Center Funding provided by the State of Minnesota, the Legacy Amendment through the vote of Minnesotans on Nov. 4, 2008, and our generous donors and members.© MNHS. Send questions or comments to [email protected]. View our Privacy Policy and Information Policy.

11/26/2014

Congratulations to us!!! Native Grains Incorporated is now trademarked. :) Now on to making the graphics for the packaging.

11/22/2014

I had the honor today to be invited to an event that Chef Sean Sherman was catering. I can't tell you how fantastic it was! I feel healthier just eating what he served. A wonderful squash and hominy soup, dressed up with a little roasted wild turkey, a fresh tossed greens salad and indigenous dressing, and a side of blueberry cornbread garnished with honey. He also served a delightful cedar and maple tea. Good to get back to our roots. :)

Sioux Chef resurrects his culture's ancient dishes 11/17/2014

Sioux Chef resurrects his culture's ancient dishes

Another inspirational story of a like minded determined man with a vision.

Sioux Chef resurrects his culture's ancient dishes Sean Sherman has a lot on his plate.

'Sioux Chef' puts native foods back on the menu 11/06/2014

'Sioux Chef' puts native foods back on the menu

Awesome, native foods need to be back on the menu....

'Sioux Chef' puts native foods back on the menu Before there was apple pie, there was a beautiful array of native foods — and Sean Sherman wants to reintroduce them.

11/06/2014

Happy Native American Month!! Time to get back to our roots and basics of who we are. For us every month is Native Ameican Month. A-ho

11/02/2014

Are you thinking about returning to an indigenous diet? There is no time like the present to consider it. Just educate yourself on the foods, plants that are available now. When you are in the store, buy products and consider the recipes you can make with corn, squash, beans, berries, honey. Remember to start simple. Explore the possibilities.

10/24/2014

We are currently working on updating our catering menu. Added fabulous holiday desserts that will knock those christmas stockings off your mantels! The webpage is close to being done, and incorporating some product pictures for Native Grains Incorporated for web sales.

If there is something special you want our need contact us and we will do our best to find it or harvest it. Call us for catering specials, cooking class specials, and frybread mix.

Have a great day! ! Namaste my people.

10/20/2014

Recipe to make you smile on this fall day: Indian Pudding

Ingredients:
1/4 Cup Corn meal
2 Cup Milk cold
2 Cup Milk Scalded
1/2 Cup Molasses
1/4 Cup Sugar
1 Teaspoon salt
1 Teaspoon Cinnamon
4 Tablespoon butter
2 Teaspoon rum

Mix the cornmeal with enough of the cold milk to pour easy. Stir until smooth. Add 2 cups of the scalded milk and cook in the top of a double boiler for 20 minutes, or until thick.

Add Molasses, sugar, salt, cinnamon, butter and rum. Then set in pan in a hot water bath and bake at 250 degrees for 3 hours. Let stand for half an hour before serving.

Serving suggestion: Serve topped with ice cream.

Note: Pudding will be very soft, and may whey or separate. Might seem thin for pudding. If you like can add 1/8 more corn meal to make thicker pudding.

10/19/2014

Added the Google business today for Native Grains Incorporated and Frybread Minnesota. Should be verified within a couple weeks. Look us up for your local catering needs. We work to achieve what you want at your event. Native Grains Incorporates fine Native American grains into your healthy diet and promotes a healthy lifestyle! Let us know what you are looking for. We will gather it for you.

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