A soldier recalls the Trail of Tears
By: Raven Wing • Anishinaabe - The First People • 7 Comments • 2 Likes • last year
"A soldier recalls the Trail of Tears" A Birthday Story of Private John G. Burnett, Captain Abraham McClellan’s Company, 2nd Regiment, 2nd Brigade, Mounted Infantry, Cherokee Indian Removal, 1838–39. Children: This is my birthday, December 11, 1890, I am eighty years old today. I was born at...
A young Navajo Skateboarder Is Out To Make A Difference
Via: Raven Wing • Anishinaabe - The First People • 7 Comments • 2 years ago
Naomi Glasses is an internet sensation, known for blending her Navajo heritage with skateboarding. Glasses is using her newfound fame to launch a project building skate parks near Navajo reservations. She hopes that with her growing platform will help a new skate park be built, and will...
Chumash Native Americans
By: Raven Wing • Anishinaabe - The First People • 21 Comments • 4 Likes • 2 years ago
Note: I am posting this article for Gsquare at his request. The Chumash are a Native American people who historically inhabited the central and southern coastal regions of California, in portions of what is now San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, Ventura and Los Angeles counties, extending from...
By: Raven Wing • THE NEWSTALKERS COOKBOOK • 8 Comments • 2 Likes • 8 months ago
Baked Ziti Meat Sauce: Italian sausage adds a ton of flavor in this recipe but of you can use ground beef (or turkey). If you swap out the sausage, add extra seasonings or spices (and some chili flakes for heat). Pasta: Since this is a baked ziti casserole, I use ziti as the base but any...
Cat Is Obsessed With Wearing Her Tiny Scarf Everywhere She Goes
Via: Raven Wing • Cat-Adorers! • 3 Comments • 1 Like • 3 years ago
“At 17 years old, Cinnamon knows a good thing when she sees it. So when the cat spotted her human sister, Ella Parsons, knitting a soft white scarf,...”
Sicilian Style Spaghetti Sauce
By: Raven Wing • THE NEWSTALKERS COOKBOOK • 19 Comments • 8 Likes • 3 years ago
Note: I have never made a small pot of this, so I won’t try to figure the cutbacks for the ingredients. I make this only by the large corn cooker or spaghetti sauce sized pots. Use whichever large pot you like. I like having lots of room to stir and work in the pot, and any leftover sauce can...
Southern Pecan Pie
By: Raven Wing • THE NEWSTALKERS COOKBOOK • 65 Comments • 9 Likes • 4 years ago
'Ol fashioned Southern style pecan pie is my favorite kind of pie. I learned to make this pie from my Great-Grandmother who was born and raised in Macon GA. She had her own pecan tree and picked the pecans when they were at their peak. So for all you pecan pie lovers...... Enjoy! (smile)...
Pineapple Upsidedown Cake
By: Raven Wing • THE NEWSTALKERS COOKBOOK • 12 Comments • 4 Likes • 4 years ago
This is one of our family favorites. The recipe comes from my Paternal Great-Grandmother, and has been passed down to each new generation. I hope you enjoy it. INGREDIENTS: Topping: 1/2 cup unsalted butter, melted 2/3 cup dark brown sugar (firmly packed)1 small jar of Maraschino cherries1 20...
How to use the Tag names & A list of current Tag names
By: Raven Wing • THE NEWSTALKERS COOKBOOK • 1 Comments • 4 years ago
Please use the list of Tag names below to add to your recipe articles to be added to the Index list. New Tag names can be added if needed. The Tag names will indicate the type of food topic your recipe will be listed under in the Index and make it easier for others to find, especially when...