Mvskoke Cuisine

Tulsa 1902“Indian Recipes” by Lilah D. Lindsey, in The Tulsa Cook Book: Favorite Recipes of Tulsa Ladies by the Ladies Aid Society of the First Presbyterian Church (Tulsa, I.T.: Tulsa Printing Co., 1902; reprint, 1960).

Manuscript prepared for Joseph B. Thoburn by Charles Gibson (Eufaula, OK, 1918), paraphrased in “American Indian Corn Dishes” by Muriel H. Wright, Chronicles of Oklahoma 36, no. 2 (1958): 155-166.

IWCT 1933The Indian Cook Book by The Indian Women’s Club of Tulsa, Oklahoma (1933).

“Ways of Preparing Corn,” “Preparation of Meat and Hunting and Meat Taboos,” “Wild Fruits,” and “The Customs of Hunters,”  by James H. Hill (Eufaula, OK, 1936-40), in Creek (Muskogee) Texts by Mary R. Haas and James H. Hill, edited and translated by Jack B. Martin, Margaret McKane Mauldin, and Juanita McGirt (Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, 2015).

Abbott 1956Oklahoma Indian Cook Book: The Best Indian Recipes from the Best Indian State by Mae Abbott (Tulsa, OK: Acorn Printing Co., 1956).

Simms 1970Hokti’s Recipe Book of Creek Indian Foods by Beulah Simms (Okmulgee, OK: Creek Reproductions Co., 1970).

American Indian Recipes: A Few Choice Recipes Selected by the Greatest Cooks in America (Oklahoma City, OK: Alco Printing Co., 1970).

Indian and Pioneer Cookbook (Oklahoma City, OK: Also Printing Co., 1971).

Doonkeen 1975Indian Cookbook by Eula Doonkeen (Oklahoma City, OK: Alco Printing Co., 1975).

Indian Recipes: Collected from the Indian People I Love by Priscilla Mullin Sherard (Oklahoma City, OK: 1975).

Five 1976Cookbook of the Five Civilized Tribes of Oklahoma by the Five Civilized Tribes Foundation (Oklahoma City, OK: Alco Printing and Publishing Co., 1976).

Pow Wow Chow: A Collection of Recipes from Families of the Five Civilized Tribes (Muskogee, OK: Five Civilized Tribes Museum, 1984).

North American Indian Cooking by Beverly Cox and Martin Jacobs (New York, NY: Stewart, Tabori & Chang, 1991).

Indian: Food for the Body, Food for the Soul by Imogene Dawson (Oklahoma City, OK: Holitopa, 1992).

American Indian Food: 61 Favorite Recipes by Imogene Dawson (Oklahoma City, OK: Holitopa, [199-?]).

Barking Water: An Indian Territory Cookbook ([Wewoka, OK]: Wewoka Chamber of Commerce and Seminole Nation Museum, [199-?])

Nee-Jerk 1996Native American Recipes: Seminole and Muscogee (Creek) Recipes (Okmulgee, OK: Nee-Jerk Publishing Co., 1996).

Seminole Indian Recipes by Joyce LaFray (Gainesville, FL: Seaside Publishing, 1996).

Indian Territory: A Cookbook of the Early Years by Sue Brown and others (Tulsa, OK: Three Sisters of Tulsa, 1998).

Tackett 1999Creek Muscogee Recipes, Cooking Tips and Lore by Dean Tackett (Tulsa, OK: Cherokee Press, [1999?]).

“Food in Mvskoke Life” by Bertha Tilkens, in Beginning Creek: Mvskoke Emponvkv by Pamela Innes, Linda Alexander, and Bertha Tilkens (Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press, 2004).

“Mvskoke Traditional Foods,” in The Mvskoke People by Mvskoke Food Sovereignty Initiative ([Okmulgee, OK]: MFSI Publishing, 2006).

“The Importance of Corn in the Muskogee Diet” by Bertha Tilkens, in Intermediate Creek: Mvskoke Emponvkv Hokkolat by Pamela Innes, Linda Alexander, and Bertha Tilkens (Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press, 2009).

Williams 2010Mvskoke Hompetv Encokv: A Recipe Booklet from Mvskoke Food Sovereignty Initiative Staff by Rita Williams (Okmulgee, OK: Mvskoke Food Sovereignty Initiative, [2010?]).

“Mvskoke Traditional Meal” by Mary Harjo, in “Porwvn, Hompetvn Pom Vhesaketv Tos / Our Seeds, Our Food, Our Survival: 2nd Annual Food Sovereignty Symposium,” Mvskoke Food Sovereignty Initiative, February 12-13, 2010.

CDC 2013Traditional Foods in Native America: A Compendium of Stories from the Indigenous Food Sovereignty Movement in American Indian and Alaska Native Communities—Part I by Chelsea Wesner (Atlanta, GA: Native Diabetes Wellness Program, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2013).

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