Foods of the Americas
Native Recipes and Traditions
by Fernando Divina and Marlene Divina
 
The culinary traditions of the native peoples of the Americas are celebrated in this lavish book produced in association with the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian. Written by chef Fernando Divina and Marlene Divina, who is of Chippewa heritage, Foods of the Americas presents 140 modern recipes that incorporate a wide array of foods cultivated by native people throughout North and South America. The book also includes nine illustrated short essays by native writers that provide an American Indian perspective on a variety of indigenous food traditions. Illustrated with food photographs as well as images from the museumís vast collections, the book is being published to coincide with the opening of the museumís flagship site on the National Mall on September 21, 2004. .
 

Foods of the Americas
Native Recipes and Traditions
by Fernando Divina and Marlene Divina
Ten Speed Press, 2004
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