Sean Sherman

Founder and CEO of The Sioux Chef; author of “The Sioux Chef’s Indigenous Kitchen”

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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, and…

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, and…

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