Indigenous Culinary Workshop w/Taelor Barton – IN PERSON
Cherokee Foodways – Making Kanuchi: Hickory Nut Porridge w/Taelor Barton
Tulsa-based Taelor is of Cherokee origin and a member of the I-Collective, a collaboration between Indigenous culinarians. Chef Barton will be making Kanuchi: Hickory Nut Porridge Sweetened with Maple, over Cracked Hominy using the Kanona and Astosdi (Corn Beater).
Ticket Price: $30.00 in-person (includes food samples)
Recipes: Kanuchi: Hickory Nut Porridge
Sponsored by: Russell Hendrix, Windsor Home Furniture & Bosch Canada
Taelor Barton is a chef from Tulsa, Oklahoma otherwise known as Indian Territory. She has always loved food, connection, and the people. She attended culinary school, competitively cooked as a way to gain scholarships, worked in the Tulsa restaurant industry for over 10 years, and uses her skills to cook for the people. Being a citizen of Cherokee Nation, she has interwoven her training as a vocational chef and her indigenous heritage to connect and speak to others. @madskillsbarton
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