Cooking Up History: Revitalizing Indigenous Food Knowledge and Healthier Ecosystems with Mariah Gladstone
Guest chef Mariah Gladstone (Blackfeet, Cherokee) will share how indigenous growers and food practitioners are using ancestral foods and land management to sustain and strengthen their communities and their surrounding environments. In the face of extreme weather events and political obstacles, they are drawing upon traditional growing and cooking methods and new technologies to create community-based opportunities for supporting health and well-being. As the founder of the online show Indigikitchen, Gladstone has a well-defined mission to re-indigenize diets across the Americas using digital media to support healthier ecosystems, bodies, and families.
- Recipe: Three Sisters Soup
This program will be presented in person at the National Museum of American History and livestreamed. To receive a link to the livestream, please select “livestream” at checkout.
The 2023 Smithsonian Food History Weekend received federal support from the Smithsonian American Women’s History Initiative Pool, administered by the Smithsonian American Women’s History Museum.