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Andi Murphy delivers a new helping of our regular feature The Menu .
Reviving a traditional food bartering system with Jen Falck (Oneida Nation of Wisconsin), owner and operator of Kahulahele Farmstead;
The U.S. State Department’s American Culinary Corps builds diplomatic connections around the globe through food. Bleu Adams (Mandan/Hidatsa/Diné) joins a list of 80 volunteer chefs working with the program;
Shinnecock ambassador Lance Gumbs (Shinnecock) explains his tribe’s mastery of the ubiquitous Northeast staple: the lobster roll;
A Navajo-owned bakery creates space for British style tea time. Jacqueline Ahasteen (Diné), of I Knead Sugar adds in some traditional elements.
Break 1 music: Wu (song) RiverFlowz (artist)
Break 2 music: The Water Will Cleanse Me (song) Russell Wallace (artist) Unceded Tongues (album)
Video: Secretary of State Antony Blinken delivers remarks at the event acknowledging the partnership between the American Culinary Corps and the James Beard Foundation:
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