Sun, Feb 26|
Sunday Soup Group
The last Sunday of every month we showcase a different soul-soothing, big-pot-of-good-medicine recipe featuring traditional Indigenous ingredients + a hands-on workshop with Chef Nico as part of Burning Cedar Sovereign Kitchen: A Native Foodways Classroom 🔥Join us as we GATHER, HEAL + GROW
TIME + LOCATION
Feb 26, 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Williams Home, 6938 E 20th Pl, Tulsa, OK 74112, USA
ABOUT THE EVENT
The goal of Burning Cedar Sovereign Kitchen programs is for members of the Indigenous community in Tulsa to improve their spiritual, mental, emotional and physical health by reconnecting to our ancestral foodways. Sunday Soup Group is just one of the many ways we can GATHER, HEAL + GROW!
For our second Sunday Soup Group, we are going with simple comfort food: plains-style Corn Soup. A brothy soup of stew meat cooked slowly with Cope's dried sweet corn, this dish is a staple of powwow camp dinner tables and is always served with fry bread.
Chef Nico will share the simple recipe for this classic soup and talk about where this tradition came from. We will also have a hands-on fry bread and skillet bread workshop - get ready to get messy! We will discuss the history and controversy over fry bread: the ways it has both sustained and caused issues for our people, and the ways we can continue to enjoy it without letting it compromise our health.