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MEAL BOX: Indigenous Stew (Serves 4)

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Generously serves 4 people. Warm up this winter with vegetarian Indigenous stew, first nations wine, great music and conversation! PRE-ORDER online by TUE Feb 7th, 10PM. DELIVERED FREE to your door FRI Feb 10th, no later than 5PM.

$65.00

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Description

Warm up this winter with vegetarian Indigenous stew, first nations wine, great music and conversation!

A traditional Native American recipe from the Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) Nation, this savory vegetable stew is loaded with tender squash, protein-packed beans, and sweet corn.

Recipe Source: Mazopiya

YOUR BOX INCLUDES:

Three Sisters Stew (Indigenous Vegetable Stew) Ingredients
First Nations Wine (750ml)

SEE INGREDIENTS & UTENSILS TAB FOR MORE INFO.

BONUS!

  • Conversation Starter Cards by Happy Tears 
  • Virtual Indigenous Playlist while you cook
  • Laminated Color Recipe Cards
  • Chef Tips + Freezing Instructions
  • FREE Delivery anywhere in Ontario!

PAY IT FORWARD

10%  from each sale will be Donated to help support:

Honouring Indigenous Peoples (HIP) 

Your Ingredients

YOUR BOX INCLUDES INGREDIENTS TO MAKE: 

THREE SISTERS STEW (INDIGENOUS VEGTABLE STEW)

A traditional Native American recipe from the Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) Nation, 'three sisters' refers to the three main crops of maize (corn), squash, and beans. Recipe source: Mazopiya

  • 2 lbs       Squash, pre-diced
  • 2             Yellow Onions
  • 60ml      Olive Oil
  • 5g            Seasoning (Dried thyme + Black Pepper)
  • 6             Garlic Cloves
  • 2             Veg. Broth Cubes
  • 180ml    White Wine
  • 1              Bay Leaf
  • 360g       White Kidney Beans
  • 250g        Corn Kernels
  • 1              Bunch Green Onions

Utensils Provided

YOU'LL NEED

  • 1 Large Soup Pot OR Dutch Oven with Lid
  • Blender OR Food Processor
  • Baking Tray
  • Parchment Paper
  • Can Opener
  • Ladle
  • Mixing Spoon
  • Large Knife
  • Cutting Board
  • Water
  • Salt & Pepper

Our Suppliers

Mazopiva

Dakota for “a place where things are put away and kept”, Ma-zo-pe-yah believes in natural, organic and local food and products, with a focus on Native American vendors.

Happy Tears

Born out of Montreal, Quebec, Happy Tears set out to make more people happy in the world, creating modern tools for mindful living.

Twisted Cedar Wines | 600 N 100 E | Cedar City | Utah

One of five constituent Bands of the Paiute Indian Tribe of Utah, The Twisted Cedar Wine brand is wholly owned by the Cedar Band of Paiute Indians, ever conscious of their relationship with the earth and sustainably grown and farmed wines, providing employment opportunities and socioeconomic programs on their reservation.

About the Chardonnay:

Oak aged for ten months in French and American oak, this lively chardonnay boasts tropical fruit, toasty oak, and vanilla flavors. Winner of a Double Gold, Best in Class & Silver Medal at the San Francisco International Wine Competition. Alcohol 14%. 2018.

About the Cabernet Sauvignon:

With cherry, plum, cassis, chocolate, and oak notes, this medium-bodied and fruity wine boasts vibrant acidity with a long-lasting finish. Alcohol 14%. 2017.

Free Delivery in Ontario!
Instructions Included!
Eco-Friendly Packaging! 
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