Mushroom Soup and Fried Onions (Dawoli ugami ale gvtsatlanv svgi)
Sauteed Wisi – a type of mushroom (Goi gvtsatlanv)
Biscuits and whole wheat bread (Gadu disvnatanvi ale owodige gadu)
Variety of Rices (Dilikwa ilusgi iyudalegi)
Pear Halves, Pumpkin and Pecan Canoe (Digadvdi iya sohi aninvhida)
Historically, traditional Cherokee foods included corn, beans and squash — are known as the “Three Sisters.” These were their staple foods for many years in addition to deer, turkey, many plants and roots, berries, potatoes, pumpkin, fish, soup, cornbread, and even popcorn.