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  • Author:
    Betty Breen,Earl Mills
  • ISBN:
    1574160575
  • ISBN13:
    978-1574160574
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  • Publisher:
    Clear Light Pub; 1 edition (July 1, 2001)
  • Pages:
    190 pages
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    Regional & International
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  • Rating:
    4.4
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Features recipes ranging from Quahog Chowder to Indian Pudding.

Features recipes ranging from Quahog Chowder to Indian Pudding. This book contains recipes that have been taste-tested. Essays are interspersed with mouth-watering and heart-warming dinners, soups, chowders, and breads. A history of the cranberry bogs winds its way through one chapter, carefully following the transition from a time when native children crawled on hands and knees to pick cranberries by hand to the modern method of wet harvesting the bogs.

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Cape Cod Wampanoag Cookbook: Wampanoag Indian Recipes, Images & Lore. Son of Mashpee: Reflections of Chief Flying Eagle, A Wampanoag. by Earl Mills Sr. and Alicja Mann. by Earl Mills and Betty Breen.

Fine with no DJ. B&W Photographs ISBN: 1574160575 (Indian Cookery, Wampanoag Indians).

Earl Mills, (Chief Flying Eagle) a sachem of the Cape Cod Mashpee Wampanoag Indians, is a. .Homespun narratives and blessings over meals precede Cape Cod recipes ranging from Quahog Chowder to Indian Pudding.

Homespun narratives and blessings over meals precede Cape Cod recipes ranging from Quahog Chowder to Indian Pudding. This down-home mix of comfort foods and nostalgia offers an invitation to succumb to fond memories, take control of "hearth and soul," and rediscover the passion of good eating.

Cape Cod Wampanoag Cookbook: Traditional New England & Indian Recipes, Images & Lore by Earl .

Cape Cod Wampanoag Cookbook: Traditional New England & Indian Recipes, Images & Lore by Earl Mills. Chief Flying Eagle - Best Bread Pudding ever! A Native American Chef's Thanksgiving.

The Wampanoags broke bread with the Pilgrims at the first Thanksgiving in 1621, on Plymouth Plantation. NPR's Scott Simon talks with Earl Mills S. Chief Flying Eagle of the Mashpee Wampanoags and author of the Cape Cod Wampanoag Cookbook. Mills talks about what was eaten at that meal. The Wampanoags broke bread with the Pilgrims at the first Thanksgiving in 1621, on Plymouth Plantation.

CAPE COD WAMPANOAG COOKBOOK: Traditional New England and Indian Recipes, Images and Lore, by Earl Mills and Betty Breen. Like the others on this list, this book weaves stories and histories in with the recipes and draws from Mills experience as a chef for 30 years. Filed Under: Articles, Books, Lifestyle.

Notes Concerning the Wampanoag Tribe of Indians.

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Features recipes ranging from Quahog Chowder to Indian Pudding. This book contains recipes that have been taste-tested, presented along with stories and blessings. It includes such recipes as soups and chowders, breads, salads and dressings, pastries, meats, game, seafood, vegetables, pasta, sauces and desserts, and more.

Mysterious Wrench
This is NOT a collection of traditional Wampanoag recipes. It is at best a modern Cape Cod eastern Massachusetts Recipe book. It does have a half dozen traditional Wampanoag recipes like Indian pudding, Succotash, Herring and fried eels. The rest are modern European recipes like Kale soup, Irish soda bread, marinara sauce, gazpacho, welsh rarebit, chicken tetrazzini and grape nut pudding. Don't get me wrong it is full of information about the author, his childhood and the Wampanoag people. Its just does not live up to its name. It does have a few good (all be it basic) recipes for modernized recipes adapted from the Wampanoag people like boiled dinner, red flannel hash, clam bake, clam chowder, pot roast, bean pot bread, pheasant, grouse, quail, plover, raccoon, striped bass, baked scrod, codfish cakes, muscles, oysters, corn chowder, cranberry sauce and bread pudding. If your looking for a recipe for Sobaheg or Nasaump look else wear.

The title should be "Recipes from Cape Cod Eastern Massachusetts and the Wampanoag people.
Beazezius
My great grandmother was a Mashpee Wompanoag. As happens in many families, traditions and stories weren't kept intact. Moreover I'm from New England so much of the food in this cookbook was appreciated and sounds delicious. But this isn't just a cookbook. It's a history book which is interesting and well written. My 9 year old son looks through it all the time. My son was born in the southwest so he's never had fish chowder or steamers, etc. There's so many great recipes we want to try. Oh, I just love this book. It's worth every penny. We recently moved back East and can't wait to get some fresh seafood and start cooking! One thing I'd like to mention is that the recipes in this cookbook are easy to follow and there is something for everyone. Most of the recipes are familiar and familiar ingredients, so the average person will relate to it. Thank you Mr. Mills for taking the time to write this book. I appreciate it!
Ka
Great cookbook which includes recipes used in a Mashpee, MA restaurant run by the former chief of the Wampanoag tribe. So far, delicious results served with local history. Unique cookbook written by the descendants of the Wampanoag Indians who greeted the Pilgrims.
Keramar
I'm orginanly from Cape Cod and a small part Wampanoag, may even be related to Mr. Mills. Have tried some of the recipes and they

take my back to my childhood in Orleans. I really enjoy the stories that he has written, I have been to some of those places. The book has been a great joy to me, it brings a smile to my face and a warm feeling in my heart, thank you for the return trip to my younger years, both with the stories and places but also the wonderful recipes
Kikora
I live on Cape Cod and have eaten at the Flume Restaurant before it was sold. Being born here, a lot of the recipes I enjoyed as a kid and have continued to make for my family. I really enjoyed the pictures and lore of the Wampanoag Indians!
misery
delicious and historically accurate!!!!
Shakanos
Great book. I know the author personally, & have made over a dozen dishes from this book. BEST COOKBOOK out there!!!
More Patti Page's "Old Cape Cod" than a collection of recipes, The Cape Cod Wampanoag Cookbook is a wonderful concoction of good reading and favorite meals simplified. Essays are interspersed with mouth-watering and heart-warming dinners, soups, chowders, and breads. A history of the cranberry bogs winds its way through one chapter, carefully following the transition from a time when native children crawled on hands and knees to pick cranberries by hand to the modern method of wet harvesting the bogs. A childhood spent as an Indian guide for hunting and fishing expeditions is well documented in charming narratives spinkled through the book. Earl Mills' voice comes throgh in stories which are divided according to the four seasons, telling readers how his people lived according to the land.
The owner and cook of a popular Cape Cod restaurant for close to thirty years, Mills is Chief Flying Eagle of the Mashpee Wampanoags and former athletic director of the Falmouth , MA public schools. Breen, who has captured his spirit as well as a native respect for Mother Earth, has also captured Cape Cod at its best. Her thoughts on Thanksgiving are worth the price of this little gem of a book.
I read the book cover to cover and then bought it for every one on my Christmas list. Readers, eaters and cooks alike will cherish this delightful gem!