Season 3, Episode 9

Corn Star

George Martin, 79, is a Native American grandfather, he is of the Ojibwe Nation and lives in Hopkins, Mich. In this episode, George teaches Mo how to make a big pot of corn soup. Sound simple? Think again -- the first step in the recipe is to light a fire without a match. George teaches Mo that handy skill, along with many beautiful traditions of his people. George also plays a mean game of mini golf.
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Recipes From This Episode

George Martin's Chaga Tea

George Martin's Sassafras Iced Tea

George Martin's Indian Corn Soup

George Martin's Maple-Roasted Butternut Squash

George Martin's Wild Rice with Dried Berries and Maple Syrup

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