- Joined: 6/16/2005
- Location: New York, NY/Santa Fe, NM
Sat, 08/5/06 8:16 PM
Although this is the antithesis of international food, I didn't know where else to put it.
I was riding on Rt. 4 from Alburqueue to Jemez Springs (NM). I passed these road stands at Jemez Pueblo. I had seen them before during the week and thought it was a just a regular picnic area. However, today was Saturday and the stalls were all open. Inside were Native Americans from the Jemez Tribe selling real "roadfood": Fry Bread, Indian Tacos, Frito Pies, etc. Apparently they do this each weekend.
I was wondering if there are any other places in the US where you can get Native Roadfood? I was trying to imagine if they do this in the Pacific Northwest or in Minnesota or someplace. BTW, as a New Yorker I always "enjoyed" the native american area in The Hamptons (The Shinnecock Tribe) and in New Jersey (Rancocas, I think). But they never served any special foods. (popcorn?).