Honoring Native American Heritage
The following resources can help you celebrate and acknowledge the cultures, histories, achievements, and contributions of Native Americans who have made their marks on our land, music, food, science, art, and many other areas of American life.
We are all thankful to our Mother, the Earth, for she gives us all that we need for life.
– Haudenosaunee Thanksgiving Address
Pearlstone offered both Harvest and Indigenous Thanksgiving Menus from Pearlstone Kitchen again this year!
We are sharing 50% of the profits from our Indigenous menu with Baltimore American Indian Center (BAIC)
INDIGENOUS MENU: Three Sisters Stew with Navajo inspired Corn Bread | Sioux Inspired Hunter’s Stew with Turkey & Wild Mushrooms | Roasted Butternut Squash with Dried Cranberries, Kale, Toasted Sunflower Seeds & Maple Drizzle | Lumbee inspired Chow Chow | Cherokee inspired Blueberry Honey Cake
HARVEST MENU: Autumn Butternut Squash Soup with Toasted Pepitas | Roasted Cornbread, Craisin, & Cranberry Stuffed Breast of Turkey with Au Jus Gravy | Ground Turkey & Cornbread Stuffing with Chestnuts, Ground Cherries & Farm Sage | Smashed Tri-Color Fingerlings with Farm Herbs | Green Beans with Wild Mushrooms & Caramelized Shallots | Old Fashioned Pecan Pie
November is Native American Heritage Month
We encourage you to explore some of our favorite resources and to learn more about Native American perspectives.
Native American History & Traditions
Resources to better understand the legacy of Native Americans and their relationships with the land