This is the second video in a five-part series presented by Red Mesa Cuisine. It explains how "communities can produce, grow, and harvest their own food and buy these foods from Native vendors and growers," and how this reconnects us to our land community and Culture."
Dr. Louis Ellen Frank
This is the third video in a five-part series presented by Red Mesa Cuisine's Dr. Louis Ellen Frank, with a cooking demonstration featuring a Native American menu including wild greens, homemade blue corn tortillas, and sweet yellow corn soup.
This is the fourth video in a five-part series presented by Dr. Caroline Trapp with the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine for the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians. It explains the benefits of a plant-based diet.
Thank You to Our Sponsors
Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians • Red Mesa Cousine • North Carolina Extension Program
• EBCI Tribal Food Distribution
• Cherokee Choices • Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine.
This is the first video in a five-part series presented by Red Mesa Cuisine's Dr. Lois Ellen Frank, which explores using ancient ancestral foods in contemporary kitchens. It describes how Native communities can reclaim a new Native American cuisine from the foods of the past for health, wellness and to solve contemporary health problems.