frybread


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frybread

(ˈfraɪˌbrɛd)
n
(Cookery) dialect US a Native American fried bread made with wheat or corn flour, often served on special occasions
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The National Museum of the American Indian's cafe provided such dishes as bison steak, buffalo chili, frybread and succotash.
Over 200 frybread recipes are provided, ranging from Hard Up and Lazy Frybread, using frozen bread dough, to Sourdough fry bread and everything imaginable in between.
In the poem, Mojave Barbie joins Barbie and Ken in their idealized suburban landscapes, bringing with her a "hypodermic needle accessory kit," "an authentic frybread recipe," and "the 'Mojave Death Grip,' an indigenous love maneuver" with which she disrupts Barbie's happy home.
my mom, my dad, my aunt, my great-aunt, my daughter, and two characters go to their house to eat frybread, to hang out.
Puffy made us think of the Southwestern mainstay called frybread, which is a thick dough fried until it puffs up but remains flexible enough to hold and complement its filling.
On the other side of hunger, Asani Charles offers a hilarious account of her passion for frybread, fried chicken, and corn stew because they remind of her family and home, a connection Jim Northrup intuits in "Dibiki-Ziigwaagaame/Night Syrup" as he writes, "And then I understand/ Sweet dark syrup/tastes like life" (185).
Children will marvel at the craft demonstrations and traditional Choctaw dance performances and rituals, and they will even get to experience Choctaw foods such as frybread and hominy.
Don't forget to stop by the Museum of the American Indian and have some buffalo steak and frybread in the cafeteria.
Sandin Riddle, 20, president of the LCC Native American Student Association, certainly found a connection in the group, which he happened upon as members sold frybread on campus one afternoon, he said.
There a woman and her daughter were selling coffee and frybread to raise some cash for the daughter as she prepared to return to college in Kansas.
The Metis and their supporters then gathered in the eastern block of the legislature overlooking the University of Toronto campus to feast on roast moose, sweet and sour moose, moose stew, wild rice and water chestnuts, bannock, frybread, and roasted parsnips and carrots.
Moments later someone placed a plate of American Indian frybread, meats and pasta on top of the coffin along with three red carnations and a family picture.