Kanuche : An Ancient Dish for Modern Times

The smashed meat and shell of the hickory nut helped sustain a culture for eons

Kanuche balls are shaped by hand into balls ranging in size from golf balls to softballs and stored.

Lindsey Bark/Cherokee Phoenix

Kanuche balls are shaped by hand into balls ranging in size from golf balls to softballs and stored.

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Growing up in Adair County, Oklahoma, you learn there are certain things so deeply embedded in the collective consciousness that they are regarded the way one regards air or dirt: They exist simply because they do. Kanuche (pronounced “ca-NUHchee”) is one such thing, an ancient Cherokee food made from ground hickory nuts that has survived…
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