Guy Fieri learns about Native cuisine on “Guy’s Family Road Trip” and Pueblo Harvest Cafe Tewa Taco recipe now on Food Network website.
The show follows Guy Fieri accompanied by his wife and two sons as they drive an RV from their California home to the Florida coast, stopping along the way to cook and eat distinctive regional cuisines.
According to the official episode description, they came “to explore America’s most traditional food, the so-called Three Sisters crops, corn, beans and squash, grown by the Native Americans of the Southwest.”
Guy Fieri and his family were met by Museum Director Monique Fragua (Jemez Pueblo), who welcomed them to the Pueblo people’s homeland and answered their questions about Pueblo history and culture. The foursome then enjoyed a dance by the Acoma Dance Group, posing with them for a souvenir photo afterward.
Cultural Education Specialist Bettina Sandoval (Taos Pueblo) gave the family a tour of the IPCC’s Resilience Garden, where staff and volunteers cultivate indigenous plants, herbs and berries using traditional techniques.
The family also joined Executive Chef David Ruiz behind the scenes at the Pueblo Harvest Cafe to talk about the restaurant’s fresh local ingredients, Native American Cuisine, and classic dishes like the award-winning Tewa Taco. The Tewa Taco recipe is now available on the Food Network’s website for viewers to try at home.
Fans of the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center and the Pueblo Harvest Cafe, as well as Guy Fieri and his popular career as a chef and television host, will have multiple chances to watch “Wild West Canyons and Cookouts,” episode 2 of the all-new show Guy’s Family Road Trip, on the Food Network this month.
Viewers can join them on the journey by tuning into Episode 2 of Guy’s Family Road Trip**, airing on the Food Network at these times:**
Friday, Aug. 18: 9pm EST / 7pm MST (first airing)
Saturday, Aug. 19: 12am EST / 10pm MST
Sunday, Aug. 20: 10pm EST / 8pm MST
Monday, Aug 21: 1am EST /11pm MST
Saturday, Aug. 26: 6pm EST / 4pm MST
About the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center
Founded in 1976 by the 19 Pueblo Indian Tribes of New Mexico, the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center is a world-class museum and cultural center located in the historic Albuquerque Indian School District. The IPCC’s mission is to preserve and perpetuate Pueblo culture and to advance understand by presenting with dignity and respect the accomplishments and evolving history of the Pueblo people of New Mexico. To learn more, please visit: www.facebook.com/IndianPueblo and www.indianpueblo.org
About the Pueblo Harvest Cafe
Located inside the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center, the Pueblo Harvest Cafe is a full-service restaurant known for extraordinary New Native American Cuisine, which incorporates traditional Pueblo flavors into contemporary cooking. PHC is owned and operated by the 19 Pueblos of New Mexico. Visitors to the restaurant can experience the tradition of Pueblo hospitality while dining among original works of Native American art or enjoy patio dining with breathtaking views of the Sandia Mountains. The PHC also hosts live music every weekend year-round with an all-you-can-eat taco bar and gourmet pizza made fresh in an outdoor horno oven. The Pueblo Harvest Cafe is open for breakfast, lunch, happy hour, and dinner Monday through Saturday and for brunch on Sundays.