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Menu for Zingerman's Roadhouse 2nd Annual Native American Dinner

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"Traditions of the Native Peoples of the Michigan Territory"
Ezhi-bimaadiziwaad Anishinaabeg Michigan onjibaawaad.

Appetizers

Ezaakazigaadegan gosmaanane miinkanensan
Toasted Pumpkin Seeds

Zaasagokwaazajig binagaziganag
Fried Corn Hominy

Bread

Anishinaabe e-nidnaang kwezhigan
Traditional Bread

Soup

Waaboos wiiyaas miinwaa ge-maamwizaanaanan miskodiismanan, mandaamiinag miinwaa gabazhgajiisan bgojimaanoomin
Rabbit Succotash and Puffed Wild Rice

Entrees

Gebaashmin zhiishiibe
Roasted Duck

Ogaa gwekijiiebinaa mandaamini-basadangak-kwezhiganing
Corn Flour Batter Fried Walleye

Sides

Bgojimaanomin binji gosmaaning
Wild Rice Stuffed Pumpkins

Dessert

Ninatigwaziogamide zinziibakado
Maple Syrup Candy

Zhooshkajiwaanabo
Berry Pudding

Sentences to Use While You Eat

Wenesh ge miijiiyimbaa ina?
What are you going to eat?

K'wii jipadaanaa'aa ina gaantaagitowaa?
What will you taste at harvest time?

G'makwenmiganan.
Someone is thinking of you. (What to say instead of "bless you" when someone sneezes.)

G'wii jipadaanaa ina zaasagokadeg kwezhigan?
Do you want to taste the frybread?

Zingerman's Chef, Alex Young and Margaret Noori introduce the menu Rabbit with succotash and puffed wild rice
Phil Deloria discusses historic Native American Foodways from the perspective of native americans Michael Witgen answers questions from the audience
Roast Duck, Walleye rolled in corn flour, and Wild rice stuffed pumpkins Stacie discussing www.ojibwe.net and our interactive slideshow
Asmat and Margaret Noori enjoying their dinners Guest speaker Howard Kimewon and Stacie Sheldon enjoyed their dinner
Brita Brookes took the photos on Walpole Island and at Zingerman's so we finally got a photo of her

Giishpin gwa pane anishinaabemoying...Ingoding gwa giishigag kina kaa Anishinaabemowin. If we all speak Anishinaabemowin...one day everyone will speak Anishinaabemowin
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