Three ways to incorporate dandelions into your home and kitchen

Wild dandelions, often seen as pesky weeds, are a versatile and nutritious ingredient that can be used in dozens of ways. Packed with vitamins and minerals, every part of the dandelion, from root to flower, offers unique flavors and health benefits. Below we’ve highlighted three innovative ways to incorporate these resilient plants into your home […]

Four Indigenous-made gifts to delight dad this Father’s Day

Girl with curly brown hair holding a Happy Father's Day card behind her back. She is facing her father who is out of focus, but can be seen looking surprised and happy and sitting on a blue couch

Father’s Day is the perfect time to show appreciation for the special fathers and father figures in our lives with thoughtful and unique gifts. This year, consider gifting your dad gourmet treats that cater to his culinary passions. From tender bison and berry pemmican bars to savory canned seafood, mouthwatering barbecue sauce, and aromatic smoked […]

Savory Summer Treat: Pulled Pork Nachos with Navajo Mike’s Barbecue Sauce

These Pulled Pork Nachos with Navajo Mike’s Southwest Style Barbecue Sauce are a perfect summertime treat, combining the smoky, old-fashioned barbecue flavor with the homegrown taste of Arizona’s diverse herbs and spices. Ideal for casual gatherings and outdoor parties, this recipe brings a deliciously bold and vibrant twist to traditional nachos, making it a hit […]

Customer feature: Fort Ancient Earthworks and Nature Preserve Gift Shop

Nestled in the heart of Oregonia, Ohio, the Fort Ancient Earthworks and Nature Preserve is more than just a historical site; it’s a portal to the past and a celebration of Native American heritage. Operated by the Ohio History Connection, this treasured site has been drawing visitors since its establishment in 1891 as Ohio’s first […]

Introducing Nemi Cactus Sticks Pickled Jalapeño

Bag of Nemi Pickled Jalapeno sticks with white background

We are thrilled to announce the launch of our newest product: Nemi Cactus Sticks Pickled Jalapeño. This unique snack is a fusion of subtle heat and refreshing tang, featuring the delightful flavors of jalapeño and pickle. Inspired by a cherished home recipe from Nemi founder Regina Trillo’s mother, these crunchy, plant-based snacks are sure to […]

Transforming tea tins: sustainable solutions and creative possibilities with Tribal Tea Co.

by Rachel Walters at tribalteaco.com Welcome to a world where sustainability meets creativity, where every sip of tea is a journey and every tin is a vessel of possibility. Here at Tribal Tea Co., nestled within the Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska, our commitment to ethical sourcing and packaging extends far beyond the boundaries of our […]

Stay on track with your 2024 New Year’s resolutions

Did you know that nearly one out of four people give up on their New Year’s resolutions within one week? Only nine percent of Americans that make New Year’s resolutions actually complete them. Let us help you stay on track this year! Some popular resolutions are to dine out less, spend more quality time with […]

Interview with an Indigenous Chef: David Skinner

Photo of Chef David Skinner by The Washington Post

Name: David Skinner Location: Kemah, TX Education/background: Bacehlor of Science in Finance, Bachelor of Science in Economics, Masters of Business Administration in Finance Business name: Eculent, th_prsrv (The Preserve) Tribal affiliation: Choctaw What led to your passion for indigenous foods? I grew up in Ponca City, OK, and both sides of my family loved to […]

Five soup recipes to keep you warm this fall

Bowl of wild rice soup

Fall equinox is upon us, and soon the air will turn crisp, the leaves will start to change beautiful colors, and you’ll crave something warm, hearty and comforting to warm your bones. Below, we’ve listed five delicious soup and stew recipes that are perfect for the autumn months. Using indigenous ingredients such as beans, wild […]