Delight your students with three authentic and easy-to-make recipes from Native Americans: Banaha (a Native American staple), Succotash, and Toasted Pumpkin Seeds. Additional information about the foods of the period gives students historical context. If you want to cook in the classroom, no problem!—parent permission slips and FDA Kitchen & Safety Rules are also included.
Native American Recipes is excerpted from COOKING UP SOME AMERICAN HISTORY, which provides 50 authentic recipes from 16 distinct periods of American history.
Learn more about using food to add flavor to your history teaching by visiting the Cooking Up History website.
Native American Recipes and Cooking Up Some American History are products of Sunflower Education.
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