For all the poetry, investigation and mockumentaries of #FrybreadFridays past, it’s time to make a batch of the stuff. …read more »
“Beaver tails”, “whale tails”, “elephant ears” – the vendors pop up everywhere in the summer from folk to jazz to fringe festivals. But what they’re really hawking is good ol’ fryfread. …read more »
This week’s #FrybreadFriday is a story spun by Ojibwe musician Keith Secola. At the 2nd Annual Crystal Shawanda Homecoming Concert, Keith, with the help of some audience participation, tells a story of a fry bread ban, underground fry bread gatherings and the secret ingredient in Anishinabe fry bread. …read more »
I decided to look up Frybread in the dictionary today and was suprised to find that most online dictionaries don’t have a single entry for the word. Bannock, however, is easy to find, but its definition is not what I expected.
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“Don’t panic, we have bannock” is the motto of Kekuli Cafe in Westbank BC where you can get bannock for every meal, from bannock breakfast to bannock pizza. …read more »
Is Indian Country getting it’s own mockumentary à la “Best In Show”? It looks like it, from the trailer for Holt Hamilton Productions’ latest film. …read more »
This week’s #FrybreadFriday features the delightful Ojibwe Helen Roy, laughing and singing her way through making her frybread recipe. …read more »