The current Engaging Community: Empowering Health through Indigenous Foods is about bringing awareness and knowledge of traditional foods to the St. Louis and Washington University community. It is being organized by the Kathryn M. Buder Center for American Indian Studies and Washington University Dining Services. Dining Services worked with Chef Nephi Craig and added a delicious Native dish to their menu at Ibby’s Restaurant and Grounds for Change. The “3 Sisters Salad,” which consists of common traditional and modern foods eaten by American Indian people – corns, beans and squash – is one way Washington University has embraced Indigenous foods on campus. On April 19th the Chefs will be working together to bring Native flavors to cuisine at Ibby’s. This buffet dinner is open to the public, reservations are required.