Cooking With Spirit, North American Indian Food and Fact

To some, North American Indian cooking seems bland. But the native cooks of this country used what was at hand and took care to conserve their food sources so that there would always be plenty for generations which followed. They did not eat for sheer pleasure; they ate to survive, they ate what the land offered, and they season it with spirit.

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About Darcy Williamson

Darcy Williamson, an award-winning author, is a Rocky Mountain herbalist, naturalist. During her fifty-year career, she has written over twenty books and taught more than one hundred and thirty apprentices the knowledge and preparation of backyard herbal medicine.

She owns two alternative lifestyle teaching and learning facilities, From the Forest in McCall, Idaho and Mavens' Haven in Lucile, Idaho.

Aside from eBooks, she currently has three books published by Caxton Printers, Ltd., (Basque Cooking and Lore; River Tales of Idaho and The Rocky Mountain Wild Foods Cookbook) plus several independently published titles including Healing Plants of the Rocky Mountains, McCall's Historic Shore Lodge, and Medicinal Camino, Plant First Aid Along "The Way".

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