Culinary Journeys – Madrid, Spain

Still Life with Game, Vegetables, and Fruit, SÁNCHEZ COTÁN, JUAN, 1602Copyright ©Museo Nacional del Prado This is the fourth of an ongoing series of posts on culinary journeys outside of the Great Lakes region, and the lessons they help reveal about our attempts to define our regional cuisine. Today, we go to Madrid, Spain. One [...]

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Walleye with Acorn Squash and Wild Greens

This is the third of a three part series which utilizes indigenous foods and traditional cooking techniques as inspiration, placing indigenous traditions into a new context. We are taking direct inspiration from the work of Sean Sherman aka The Sioux Chef (see some of his ideas here), and we finish our series with fresh-caught walleye, [...]

Roulade of Duck Breast with Butternut Squash

This is the second of a three part series which utilizes indigenous foods and traditional cooking techniques as inspiration, placing indigenous traditions into a new context. We are taking direct inspiration from the work of Sean Sherman aka The Sioux Chef (see some of his ideas here), and we continue our exploration with duck. (Our [...]

Elk Meatball with Charred Wild Leek and Plum Sauce

This is the first of a three part series which utilizes indigenous foods and traditional cooking techniques as inspiration, placing indigenous traditions into a new context. We are taking direct inspiration from the work of Sean Sherman aka The Sioux Chef (see some of his ideas here), and we begin with elk. Elk once roamed [...]