Thursday, April 7, 2016

Nokahik

As part of our Native Pathways experience we made a corn cake called a nokahik. The kids helped mix the batter and then we sat around the fire while it cooked.
We mixed corn meal, some oil, some water, some maple syrup, and craisins together to make a thick-ish batter.
We cooked it on a very hot stone that had been in the fire, you could use a griddle though.

The kids loved the little treat and we love how accommodating the farm was in helping us follow kashrut guidelines so we could make it!

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13 thoughts on the matter:

Sarah Carletti said... {Reply}

Experience is the best teacher. Looks like fun!

Carol Blackburn said... {Reply}

What a wonderful thing to do.

Dara @ Not In Jersey said... {Reply}

That is a great experience!

Gina Kleinworth said... {Reply}

How cool to teach them something like that! LOVE IT!

Adrienne said... {Reply}

Nothing like cooking outside! One of my favorite parts of camping!

jandi said... {Reply}

What fun!

Mascha said... {Reply}

What a great funny experience!
And: it reminds me of our childhood, as we had smal colorful native Indian figures to play. My most beloved on was a squaw with a bowl, making something to eat with her hands...
Have a nice weekend

Heather{Our Life In a Click} said... {Reply}

This looks like a lot of fun! Food is always a great way to teach the kids! Gets them really interested!

Chere Mama said... {Reply}

This looks like amazing fun!!! May I come to your school?????

Danelle M said... {Reply}

What an awesome learning experience!

Clairejustine oxox said... {Reply}

What a great idea, looks like lots of fun too :)

Thanks for sharing at the weekend blog hop..

abrianna said... {Reply}

That was nice that you were able to do it and still be kosher. As you know, not every place is as accommodating. I knew I saw craisins!

rebecca haegele said... {Reply}

Awesomeness...I had a Native Unit too when I taught 3rd grade.