Cape Cod Wampanoag Cookbook, Wampanoag Indian Recipes, Images and Lore is a cookbook from master chef and restaurant owner, Chief Earl Mills of Mashpee, Massachusetts on Cape Cod. 150 recipes, photographs, and cultural history notes are included. Recipes are arranged by season and include personal family history and cultural teachings from this Mashpee Wampanoag chef. Recipes include the usual chowders, clambake, and seafood, as well as traditional Native American recipes for fry bread, vegetables (Three Sister - Corn, Beans, Squash), cranberries, and wild game. Since the Mills family owns a Cape Cod restaurant, many of the recipes and stories come from this experience. Readers will find recipes for baked peaches and another for Corn Spoon Bread from former First Lady, Barbara Bush. This is a wonderful cookbook with recipes for the novice and experienced cook. The author includes helpful cooking suggestions throughout as well as a cooking glossary and an Algonkian glossary. An index is provided. In addition to learning about the history and culture of the Wampanoag, readers will find a fine selection of recipe ideas.