Freddie Bitsoie

former executive chef at Mitsitam Native Foods Café at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian; author of “New Native Kitchen: Celebrating Modern Recipes of the American Indian”

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Freddie Bitsoie talks about his new cookbook, “New Native Kitchen: Celebrating Modern Recipes of the American Indian.”

‘New Native Kitchen’: Navajo chef’s traditions with modern flair

Freddie Bitsoie talks about his new cookbook, “New Native Kitchen: Celebrating Modern Recipes of the American Indian.”

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