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Pow-Wow Navajo Tacos

In what seems like a life-time ago, before Kiddo came into our lives, I was working on a book. The book, although fiction, was woven from the tapestry of American history from 1868 to 1876. 866 more words


Good Eats at Last Cultural-Artisan Expo of 2014 Season

One food item we always encourage visitors to try out is Navajo Fry Bread; a traditional bread made simply of salt, baking powder, water and flour; then fried on both sides to a golden deliciousness.  395 more words

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Navajo Fry Bread - Navajo Taco

It is State Fair time here in Arizona! This always makes me think of a family favorite Fair food, Navajo Fry Bread.  There is always the sweet fry bread with powdered sugar and honey, but even better is the Navajo Taco! 136 more words


Fry Bread

Fry bread is something that most of us in Arizona or the Southwestern U.S. eat from time to time.   It’s referred to as Indian Fry Bread, or Navajo Fry Bread. 424 more words

Meats & Main Meals

Navajo Fry Bread - #TuesdayFoodsday

After a week of travel and the 4th of July, we are back to real posting with Facebook and Twitter updates.  While gone, we got the opportunity to try Navajo Fry Bread made by actual Navajos (and not some people pretending).   70 more words

Tuesday Foodsday

Navajo Fry Bread

I learned of this recipe when a small girl.  Mom would cook up a pot of chili and beans and would cover it with lettuce, cheese and salsa.  162 more words

The Kitchen

Dr. Pepper Slow Cooker Brisket with Navajo Fry Bread Tacos

A couple of days ago I found a recipe for Navajo Fry Bread and I wanted to make it the second I found it. I adore fry bread and I have fond, if not a little vague, memories of puffy circles floating in giant vats of boiling oil at the Albuquerque Fair. 421 more words