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Manataka Acorn Bread ~ Traditional & Contemporary Native American Recipe
Manataka Acorn Bread ~ Traditional & Contemporary Native American Recipe

Acorn bread is a delicious, sweet, crumbly dessert bread that was introduced to Colonists by Native Americans. Submitted by VEHAMILTON1

Three Sisters Salad ~ Native American Dish
Three Sisters Salad ~ Native American Dish

Delicious! Enjoy this light fresh vegetable salad dressed with fresh lemon juice, olive oil, sea salt and black pepper!Submitted by VEHAMILTON1

Raccoon - Down Home Dinner in a Crock Pot
Raccoon - Down Home Dinner in a Crock Pot

Seriously, I may not be Granny on the Beverly Hill Billies, but I am a country girl who knows how to cook and loves to eat wild game.

And raccoon is no exception. Cooked slowly in a Crock Pot, this makes a very good meal.

Secret: Cut gamey taste by using Whole Cloves. Submitted by VEHAMILTON1

Seminole Sauteed Alligator Tail ~ Native American Recipe
Seminole Sauteed Alligator Tail ~ Native American Recipe

Enjoy! This is a Native American favorite from the Seminole Indian Nation in Florida and other southern states. Submitted by VEHAMILTON1

Deep Fried Turkey ~ Fat Free Orange Marinade
Deep Fried Turkey ~ Fat Free Orange Marinade

Fresh orange juice is a fat free, natural meat tenderizer. It will make your turkey moist and very tender on the inside and the deep frying will make it crispy on the outside.

1c Orange Juice, fresh
1c Lemon Juice, fresh
1T Sage
1T Ginger
1T Garlic Powder
1T Tabasco Sauce
1T Cayenne Pepper

Combine all ingredients in a blender. Blend on high until the mix is a smooth liquid. Inject the turkey with the marinade sauce. Place the whole turkey and the rest of the marinade into a large plastic bag. Seal the bag and refrigerate overnight.

Drain and discard the marinade when it is time to cook. Pat the bird dry and season with salt and pepper. (cont...)

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R>It features a guide to preparing a Cajun Deep Fried Turkey and a fun Party Plan for an outdoor seafood party called the Beaufort Boil!Submitted by VEHAMILTON1

Indian Pudding ~ Early American Recipe
Indian Pudding ~ Early American Recipe

Delicious! Indian pudding is a traditional New England Thanksgiving classic. It is a baked custard named "Indian Pudding" by the early settlers because it is made with what they called "Indian meal", corn meal.

It can be traced back to the 1650s when milk became prevalent and molasses arrived on the scene courtesy of the Caribbeans who traded molasses for salt cod.Submitted by VEHAMILTON1

Baked Raccoon - Down Home Recipe
Baked Raccoon - Down Home Recipe

Slow Baked and delicious!Submitted by VEHAMILTON1

Cracklin' Cornbread- Down Home Recipe
Cracklin' Cornbread- Down Home Recipe

Cracklin' Cornbread is one of my family's Thanksgiving tradition.

Cracklings are pork skin that is fried until the fat is rendered off leaving tiny crispy pieces of skin.

You can substitute it with fried bacon. But beware! High Calories! Submitted by VEHAMILTON1

Deer, Elk & Moose Steaks - Traditional Native American Dish
Deer, Elk & Moose Steaks - Traditional Native American Dish

Wild meats tend to have a "gamey" flavor. You can reduce that taste by skimming away all excess fat.

You can grill or pan fry your streaks.Submitted by VEHAMILTON1


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