Cook traditional prehistoric Indian foods at Moundville Alabama's 'Saturdays in the Park'

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scrumptiouschef
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Cook traditional prehistoric Indian foods at Moundville Alabama's 'Saturdays in the Park' - Wed, 11/21/12 11:35 AM
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Intriguing. Learn how to cook pre-historic Indian foods in Alabama. http://www.al.com/enterta...t_flyout_entertainment

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Re:Cook traditional prehistoric Indian foods at Moundville Alabama's 'Saturdays in the Pa - Wed, 11/21/12 6:34 PM
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From what region of India?
 
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Re:Cook traditional prehistoric Indian foods at Moundville Alabama's 'Saturdays in the Pa - Wed, 11/21/12 8:19 PM
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He'll be cooking a Stew made from a Pre-Historic Bulldog found only in a Region East of present day Atlanta and a Pre-Historic Alligator from the Swamp Region of FL.

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Re:Cook traditional prehistoric Indian foods at Moundville Alabama's 'Saturdays in the Pa - Sat, 11/24/12 1:59 PM
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I think those are sly references to the "local" college football teams, and not an ethnic joke.
 
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Re:Cook traditional prehistoric Indian foods at Moundville Alabama's 'Saturdays in the Pa - Tue, 11/27/12 1:55 PM
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You can also see similar cooking demostrations at Jamestown Settlement.
There is a special event yearly at Thanksgiving (start planning for next year) called  "Foods and Feasts" that focuses on food preservation and preparation by the Powhatan Indians and the English colonists.