Meet artist Hattie Kaufman, Nez Perce at the Ballard Art Gallery Saturday, September 11th

Tanka Bar Recipe Contest

Calling all Tanka Bar lovers, chefs and people who like a challenge in the kitchen: It's a recipe contest! What yummy dish can you make with these bison and cranberry bars? Is it a taco, a salad add in, or just warmed and served with mashed potatoes?

TANKA is an Oglala Lakota word that references being your best with all your heart, mind, body and spirit. It is the choices that you make and the actions that you take to be who you are. Tanka Bars, Bites and sticks are all-natural, high protein snacks made with prairie-raised buffalo and tart-sweet cranberries. Native American Natural Foods is a Native American company and the recipe used is based on Wasna, a traditional Lakota dish. Smoky and slightly sweet, Tanka products are only 70 calories and 1.5 grams of fat per serving. Made in South Dakota on the  Pine Ridge Indian Reservation of the Oglala Lakota Sioux

Sacred Circle Gift Shops are now proud to be selling Tanka Bars, Tanka Bites, and Tanka Sticks. To celebrate we are kicking off the occasion with a chance to win one of these three prizes: $25, $50, $100 Gift Cards for a shopping trip in any of our stores or on the website: sacredcirclegiftsandart.com
The contest runs now through September 6 and winners will be announced in October after we have tested and voted on all your fantastic recipes. 
This contest is open to everyone. No purchase necessary. Winners will be notified by October 30th and names of winners will posted available upon request. Send recipes and questions to sacredcircle@unitedindians.org.