Native American Heritage Month 2014

Thanksgiving is almost here! Try one of our Native American recipes; they’re perfect for sharing around the table.

While you’re busy feeding your family this holiday season, would you also help us feed the minds of Native American college students? Native students are among the most underserved populations when it comes to education – they only represent 1% of college students. Help us change the face of education when you make a gift to the American Indian College Fund.


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Sweet Potato Soup
Celebrate tradition and stay healthy with this easy vegan soup.

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This tasty vegetable dish can be eaten as a light lunch, served with tortillas and cheese, or used as a side dish with your favorite southwestern meal.

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Blue Corn Buttermilk Muffins
Warm, multigrain muffins are a wonderful way to start the day, and blue corn is a staple among southwestern Pueblos. Add some butter and preserves for a decadent breakfast.

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Smoked Oyster Potato Cakes
If you’re cooking up salmon sometime soon, these potato cakes will be a beautiful complement.

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Clay's Buffalo Meatloaf
Clay Oden’s lean, hearty meatloaf is wonderful with a side of mashed potatoes, sweet potato fries, or just sliced up and served on bread.

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Posole with Red Chili
Want a hearty vegetarian meal with a real kick? This delicious posole, a traditional dish among the Southwestern Pueblo peoples, is spicy and satisfying.