Monday, August 16, 2021

The Three Sisters!


The Cherokee trio of corn, beans, and squash, otherwise known as THE THREE SISTERS, have long been grown together for a more robust harvest and superior flavor. But that doesn’t mean you’ll see them all on one plate. This week you can choose just one to cook with, or all three, if you're feeling adventurous!

Make any dish inspired by THE THREE SISTERS and our 21 featured chefs and post by Sunday, August 22nd.

*****PLEASE REMEMBER that we are continuing to cook the recipes of our 21 IHCC FEATURED CHEFS. Make sure that any recipes you post on our link-ups are from and credited to one of those 21 chefs. 

New to IHCC?  Need help linking up or a refresher on how to join in the fun? Please check out our WELCOME page. If you have any questions please leave a comment below and one of us will get back with you.
Note: The themes for August are up, but we are having trouble with the spacing, etc. We will be trying to fix it soon. In the meantime, the themes are as follows. 
  • Peanut Butter & Jelly (peanut butter and jelly and/or peanut butter or jelly)
  • Tropical Delights (any tropical dish or dish with tropical ingredients)
  • The Three Sisters (any dish with corn, beans, and squash or just one of the three)
  • August Potluck (any dish of your choosing)
  • Go Greek! (any Greek inspired dish or dish using Greek ingredients)
If you'd like to check our TROPICAL DELIGHTS dishes from last week, please click the link and check it out!

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flour.ish.en said...

Is lentil considered a bean? Both bean and lentil are legumes, the rest is subjected to your interpretation.

Tina said...

I’ve brought potatoes to the party with a Donna Hay recipe.

Kim said...

Happy to share my chowder. Will be around to check out everyone's post shortly.