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Lox and Frybread

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I think I'm going to try recording a mixture of Jewish music and Native American. So I have coined the phrase: Lox and Frybread.
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Hmm... now I'm hungry for lox and frybread...
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Oh man, now you've got me craving a Navajo taco (all the makings of a taco but on frybread instead of a tortilla).

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mmmm...frybread with wild plum gravy...mmmmm...
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What is frybread? I mean, I'm assuming it's, uh, fried bread? Trust me, I'm in favor of frying anything.
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Fry bread is just what it says -- fried bread. It is a flat piece of leavened dough fried in shortening or lard. Picture a doughnut without the hole and the glaze.

Fry bread is an essential ingredient in an Indian or Navajo taco --

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Dale wrote:What is frybread? I mean, I'm assuming it's, uh, fried bread? Trust me, I'm in favor of frying anything.


Around here, the Indians tend to serve it with plum or chokecherry "gravy."

http://www.powwows.com/gathering/recipe ... post930987

I liked indian tacos fine until I tried that...mmmmm...

Never tried Lox gravy, though. Anybody have a recipe?
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It's good with honey on it too.
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WyoBadger wrote:mmmm...frybread with wild plum gravy...mmmmm...

Now I'm thinking about Peking Duck.

Did this post have something to do with music? :D
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dfernandez77 wrote:Did this post have something to do with music? :D

Well, the thread started off about music, but the title of the thread made an analogy to the foods of the cultures whose music he was referring to. Bringing it back round to the music, Daniel makes a native American flute called "Lox & Frybread" which is tuned to a popular Hebraic scale. http://www.tinwhistles.us/jubilee/metiflute.htm . I mean... the other Daniel, Daniel. :)
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There's a bunch of hedonists here. Only thing on our minds is good music and good food. Well, and there's sex too I suppose, and...

Ok, there's a bunch of sensualists here. :D
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Thanks, yes I like Frybread and I like the Lox and Bagels, and Native and Jewish Music. So I use the idea of the foods to show that it's a melding of Native and Jewish music.
I may put a few songs on the praisewhistlers website in the near future.

Regarding the food:
Around here, the Indians tend to serve it with plum or chokecherry "gravy."
Yum, that's a good one, Wojapi. Frybread with Fruit and Honey, or other sweet gravy-like sauce.

And even better, maybe a little ice cream along with it. When comes to food, I apply Gene Roddenberry's, "Infinite Diversity through infinite combinations" or should that be "Infinite Dessert though infinite combinations"?

Lox is a type of fish that is normally served with bagels - but for our 'Meshuguna' tribe it is clearly better with Frybread. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lox

(Note: Meshugununa is the Yiddish word for crazy)

You know, both cultures, Jewish and Native American, there is much focus on food. Jewish mothers make you eat and it's bad NDN protocol around here to not eat at least something if your are asked to.


BTW - Dale, did you know that the Scotts deep fry Mars Bars? (Like a Snickers bar)
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Powdered sugar (Confectioners sugar) is also popular on fry bread, good to know if you don’t have honey... but if you don’t have honey, you probably don’t have confectioners sugar.
BTW there’s a great Native American film called “More Than Frybread”... mmm
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