The Sioux Chef's Indigenous Gift Box
Aid in Native Food Sovereignty.
Inspired by the Netflix film, Gather we bring you a hand crafted gift box for the family to cook together, learn about indigenous foods, and create recipes for everyone to enjoy. We share the mission of food sovereignty for indigenous communities and this gift box directly supports indigenous-owned businesses in Minnesota and New Mexico.
This gift box features the acclaimed cookbook, The Sioux Chef's Indigenous Kitchen, a recipe book written by Sean Sherman with Beth Dooley, published by the University of MN Press in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Sean Sherman is an Oglala Lakota chef who was born in Pine Ridge, South Dakota and is currently based in South Minneapolis.
Purchased in partnership with Black Garnet Books in Minneapolis.
So, gather, be inspired, and become part of the change by incorporating native foods unique to North American soil.
What’s in the box:
One-pound of Indigenous MN-made Traditional Bannock Bread Mix. All natural, no preservatives, and made by hand with Minnesota grown wild rice.
One-pound of Indigenous MN-made fish batter, perfect for deep frying vegetables, fish, poultry and other items.
Two, six ounce Soup Bits. Perfect for mixing with any stew, soups or incorporating into any dish. MN cultivated.
Two, six ounce Wild Bits and Basmati Rice. 100% natural and MN cultivated.
XL Minnesota-made Baltic birch wood box with sliding lid.
- Two TANKA Bison jerky sticks. All natural and preservative free.
- Red Check Cotton Kitchen Towel. Perfect for bread baskets or for fresh baked goods.
- Handmade corn-shaped kitchen soap. Assorted scents, we will place one in your box.
- Stainless Steele mini whisk for baking. Perfect for children if they are helping out!
- The Sioux Chef's Indigenous Kitchen, a recipe book written by Sean Sherman
Food sovereignty for indigenous communities begins here. Your purchase directly supports indigenous-owned, black-owned, and Latino and women-owned businesses here in the US. #gatherfilm