Cooking Up History: Culinary Traditions within the Cherokee Nation in Oklahoma with Chef Nico Albert
How do you decolonize your diet to honor traditional foodways? Join Chef Nico Albert to learn about her efforts to revitalize indigenous cuisine and connect even more deeply to her community in the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma through indigenous ingredients and traditional foods. Featuring: Danielle Hodes, Senior Program Manager at the National Museum of American History Chef Nico Albert, Chef, Caterer, and Student of Traditional Indigenous Cuisines For more information about Food History at the National Museum of American History visit: https://americanhistory.si.edu/topics/food-history Major support for the 2020 Smithsonian Food History Weekend and Gala from Home was provided by the Winiarski Family Foundation, The Julia Child Foundation for Gastronomy and the Culinary Arts, the Brewers Association, and Clark Construction Group, LLC, with additional support from Marcia Myers Carlucci, The Kroger Co. Zero Hunger | Zero Waste Foundation, Nordic Ware, Potomac Construction, Dr. Bruce E. Spivey and Amanda Spivey, Eric and Cynthia Spivey, and Wegmans. Music kindly provided by the Smithsonian Jazz Masterworks Orchestra from their upcoming album Bernstein Reimagined. We extend our gratitude to David C. Frederick and Sophia Lynn for their support of this recording project and the Leonard Bernstein centennial celebration at the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History.