My family has had a tradition of coming to the New Mexico State Fair, but not so much for the fried foods, or to see prize winning vegetables, but for the Pow Wow. When entering Indian Village there is the smell of Indian Tacos fills the air, and sound of the drum and bells of … Continue reading It’s Pow Wow Time!
Butchering a sheep is a family event. Relatives come from near and far to have a taste of mutton. Navajo's have adopted sheep into their very way of life, and even use it in ceremonies. The sheep were brought over a couple of hundred years ago by Europeans. Either by way of trade or stealing … Continue reading “Mutton Bone”