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Dinner with Chef Sean Sherman: Reclaiming Native American Food

  • Time: 6–9pm

Reception: 6–7pm; Dinner: 7–9pm
Enjoy a dinner and discussion, presented in partnership with Adelphoi Village, focusing on Native American cuisine sourced and foraged from local farmers and land. The Sioux Chef team, Anishinaabe, Mdewakanton Dakota, Navajo, Northern Cheyenne, Oglala Lakota, and Wahpeton Sisseton Dakota members, have been committed to revitalizing Native American Cuisine. Chef Sherman, Oglala Lakota and Founder of The Sioux Chef, will discuss Native American farming techniques, wild food usage and harvesting, cooking techniques and native cultural history.

1: Pine + White Bean – Cedar Stewed Turkey – Squash Broth – Dried Ramps

2: Cranberry Stuffed Quail – Wild Rice Cake – Fiddle Heads – Wild Mustard Puree

3: Smoked Lake Trout – Roasted Sunchoke – Nixtamalized Corn Cake – Paw Paw Sauce – Corn Shoots

4: Sunflower Tart – Smoked Berries – Parched Corn + Maple Brittle

Click here to purchase tickets or call 1.888.718.4253.

Dinner with Chef Sean Sherman has been sold out. Interested in learning more about Chef Sean Sherman, Founder of The Sioux Chef and James Beard Foundation Book Award Winner? Attend the related event, The (R)evolution of Indigenous Food Systems of North America with Chef Sean Sherman. Click here to learn more.


  • Time: 6–9pm
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