Chef Sean Sherman, a member of the Oglala Lakota Sioux tribe, explains how we got the false story of “Indians and pilgrims.” For his Thanksgiving, he uses regional ingredients that are all around him, and cuts out European ingredients, including dairy and processed sugar.
Native American chef on crafting an alternative Thanksgiving
From this Episode:
PG&E is suspected of causing Camp Fire, but might be protected from liability
The Camp Fire is still burning. It is 80 percent contained. The death toll stands at 84, with 699 people still missing. A Pacific Gas & Electric power line is the suspected...
Why washing E. Coli-contaminated romaine lettuce isn't safe enough
If you have romaine lettuce in your fridge, throw it out. That’s what the CDC said on Tuesday after a deadly strain of the E. Coli bacteria hit 11 states, including...
‘Ralph Breaks the Internet’ takes on web addiction, cruelty and viral exploitation
Our critics review Disney’s “Ralph Breaks the Internet;” “Creed II,” with Sylvester Stallone returning as Rocky Balboa; Alfonso Cuaron’s “Roma,” Mexico’s official foreign...
Native American chef on how he celebrates Thanksgiving
Many classic Thanksgiving dishes are based on an extremely sanitized, peaceful story of Thanksgiving and early American history: the pilgrims came, the Indians greeted them,...