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Living Earth Festival at NMAI features Native cooking contest
Posted: Friday, July 20, 2012
The third annual Living Earth Festival at the
National Museum of the American Indian
features a cooking competition between two Native chefs.
Rob Kinneen (Tlingit) and Jack Strong (Siletz) will compete on Sunday. They will each prepare appetizers, entrees and desserts using a "secret" ingredient and will be judged by local chefs.
This year's "secret" ingredient is heirloom tomatoes, The Coast River Business Journal reported.
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Lincoln City chef to compete in national Native American cooking competition
(The Coast River Business Journal 7/20)
National Museum of the American Indian hosts 3rd Living Earth
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