October 18, 2011 (Newswire.com) - Auntie's Fry Bread, launched in April of 2011, is the first food truck to feature Native American Fry Bread in Los Angeles or anywhere for that matter. Their business, Based on a 25 year old Koyama family tradition in Hardin, Montana, was featured as a food vendor at last years American Indian Arts Marketplace as a booth and was a big success. They are returning this year to showcase their shiny new food truck and their delicious food!
Fry Bread is a rare thing to find outside of Indian Country and more or less unheard of in larger cities with the exception of parts of Arizona and New Mexico.
Auntie's offers traditional favorites like Fry Bread topped with Honey, Powdered Sugar, or salt, as well as savory dishes like their Original Chili Fry Bread, which is the Koyama's Indian Taco Recipe from Montana. (Made famous annually at the Little Bighorn Days Festival in Hardin, MT) Additionally, they have some fusion items that fry bread lovers have probably never seen before, such as what they call "The Hunter," Shredded BBQ Beef topped with homemade coleslaw and barbeque sauce. Yum!
The 2-day event features beautiful artwork from over 160 Native American Artists across the US all under one roof, 25,000 Square feet! The Marketplace is a rare opportunity to buy directly from the artists. The Event is free for Autry Members, $12 for Adults, $8 for students, and free for Children 9 or younger. Tickets include admission to the museum so come make a day out of it!
Auntie's Fry Bread is available for Catering and Events. For more information, visit http://www.auntiesfrybread.com.