(Class for All Levels: 3.0 hours) "Food for Native people is more than just sustenance. Food feeds us, heals us, connects us to the earth, the animals, water and fire. When we prepare food in a sacred way, we nourish ourselves, our families and we become the corn, the berries, the roots and the flesh of what we eat." Cecilia Mitchell, an elder of the Mohawk Nation, shares the recipe for making traditional Iroquois Corn Soup. Ingredients include corn, creation stories, humor, vision, ceremony, root vegetables, and traditional wisdom.