Cultural Center's Aaimpa' Café

Valerie Walters, Executive Officer, Chickasaw Cultural Center & Josh Faulkner, Visitor Service & Theater Manager, Chickasaw Cultural Center

Valerie Walters, Chickasaw Cultural Center Executive Officer, discusses the abundance of traditional Chickasaw dishes available at the Aaimpa' Café. Josh Faulkner, Chickasaw Cultural Center Visitor Service and Theater Manager, explains that pashofa, known as the Chickasaw national dish, is made with cracked hominy corn. Indian tacos are a meal in themselves, made fresh in the kitchen, and grape dumplings are a favorite dessert.


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