Cooking for Wellness Chef Series – Cooking up Culture with Chef Yazzie

The Healthy Foods, Healthy Lives Institute (co-host of the Annual Conferences on Native American Nutrition) is excited to announce our new Cooking for Wellness Chef Series Cooking Up Culture, featuring 2019 Conference workshop presenter Brian Yazzie.  Brian Yazzie aka Yazzie The Chef (Diné/Navajo) is a chef and food justice activist from Dennehotso, Arizona on the Navajo Nation and based out of Saint Paul, MN. He is a 2016 graduate of Saint Paul College Culinary Arts with an AAS Degree in Culinary Arts. He is the founder of Intertribal Foodways catering company, a YouTube creator under Yazzie The Chef TV, a delegate of Slow Food Turtle Island Association, and a member at I-Collective: a collective of cooks, chefs, seed keepers, farmers, foragers, and scholars, focused on bringing awareness to the cultural appropriations of Indigenous foods of the Americas. Yazzie’s career is devoted to the betterment of tribal communities, through wellness, and health.

The cost for this webinar is $10/class, plus online ticket fees.  Purchase tickets here.

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