Wild onion dinners mark the turn of the season in Indian Country

Wild onions are among the first foods to grow at the end of winter in the South, and generations of Indigenous people place them at the center of an annual communal event. From February through May, there’s a wild onion dinner every Saturday somewhere in Oklahoma. Read more here: https://bit.ly/3wfIXmL #onion #indigenous #food

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