Navajo Cook Book


by staffers of the ‘60s poverty program Office of Navajo Economic Opportunity (ONEO). Out of print. Large paperback, orange covers, black comb binding, 107 pages. A stark basic homemaker-recipes cookbook for Navajos living on the reservation at or below the poverty line using trading post “commodity” foods such as canned meat, turkey, dry milk, vegetables and fruit. Simple low-budget black and white step-by-step preparation drawings by Paul Nantonabah throughout. Condition: VG+.

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