Cowboys & Indians

HILLEL ECHO-HAWK

Chef, pioneer in Indigenous food sovereignty

SEATTLE

Hillel Echo-Hawk (Pawnee and Athabaskan) knew she wanted to go into cooking when she was 14 years old. But it wasn’t until after she had left her hometown of Delta Junction, Alaska, moved to Seattle, and

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