FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12

7:30 am Breakfast, Registration/check-in

Museum of International Folk Art (MOIFA)

8:30 AM Welcome Remarks

MOIFA Atrium Candance Walsh with Santa Fe Mayor Javier Gonzales, Museum of Indian Arts & Culture Director Della Warrior (Otoe-Missouria)

9:00AM OPENING KEYNOTE

Native American Food Traditions and Identity with Lois Frank, Ph.D.- MOIFA Atrium

9:45AM FASTALKS-MOIFA Atrium

  • The "New" Pueblo Diet  Roxanne Swentzel of The Flowering Tree Permaculture Institute (Santa Clara Pueblo) fosters healthier communities by observing nature and ancestral traditions.
  • It's Not all Rats on a Stick, Dody Fugate, Curator of Archaelogical Research Collections
  • Rollin' Stone: Piki Bread, Wenona Nutima

10:30 AM FOOD BREAK Piki Bread Tasting- MOIFA Atrium

10:45 AM ART BREAK- MOIFA Atrium

11:00 AM CONCURRENT PANELS

  • Listening to Our Ancestors: Farming Smart in the High Desert
    Museum of Indian Arts & Culture (MIAC) O'Keeffe Auditorium

    Moderated by Lois Stanford, Ph.D. with Matt Barbour, Richard Ford, Ph.D., Terrol Dew Johnson and Roxanne Swentzel
  • Basketry, Bones, Bladders, and Bark (Stone and Pottery, Too): Indigenous Cooking Utensils
    MIAC Classroom
    Moderated by Glenna Dean, Ph.D. with Diane Bird and Patricia Crown, Ph.D.
  • Native American Food Traditions and Food Identity
    Meem Auditorium, Laboratory of Anthropology (LOA)

    Moderated by Lois Ellen Frank, Ph.D. with Freddie Bitsoie, Nephi Craig and Louie Hena.

Noon-Lunch: The Grandmother's Lunch- MOIFA Atrium

Enjoy the same traditional Native and Hispanic Foods these Grandmothers [and Mothers] serve their own families.

1:00 PM- ART BREAK MOIFA Atrium

1:15 PM Keynote:

The Spirit of Food with Nephi Craig-MOIFA Atrium

2:00 PM CONCURRENT PANELS

  • Content Gone Digital: What Happens When Recipes Are Free? Or Is the Sky Falling for Cookbook Authors?
    MIAC O'Keeffe Auditorium
    Moderated by Tracey Ryder, with Beverly Cox, Deborah Madison and Tina Ujlaki
  • Corn: The Grain That Sustains Body & Soul
    MIAC Classroom

    Moderated by Theresa Pasqual with Diane Bird, Jennifer Fresquez, Betty Fussell and Wenona Nutima
  • Not Just Whistlin’ in the Wind: The Bean's Rise From Humble Legume to Southwest Culinary Classic
    Meem Auditorium, LOA
    Moderated by Cheryl Alters Jamison, with Carmella Padilla, Lynda Prim, Walter Whitewater

Chef's Tasting: Vegan Hominy Corn Harvest Stew-MOIFA Atrium

Chefs Lois Ellen Frank Ph.D. and Walter Whitewater

4:00 pm CONCURRENT PANELS

  • Contemporary Native American Food
    MIAC O'Keeffe Auditorium
    Moderated by Lois Ellen Frank, Ph.D., with Fred Bitsoie, Beverly Cox, Nephi Craig, Loretta Barret Oden
  • Micaceous Pottery: How to Cook With and Care For
    MIAC Classroom
    Moderated by Deborah Madison, with Glenna Dean, Ph.D., Katharine Kagel, Felipe Ortega
  • Mi Madre’s Cocina: The Enduring Influence
    Meem Auditorium, LOA
    Moderated by Cheryl Alters Jamison, with Carmella Padilla, John Rivera Sedlar

5:00 PM Food Tasting-MOIFA Atrium

Southwestern foods with Cider with Jordy Dralle and Michelle Vignery, Santa Fe Cider Works

6:00 PM Dinner

Green Chile Cheeseburger Smackdown at the Santa Fe Farmer's Market Pavilion (separately ticketed, visit santafe.org/Fun_Food_Event for info).

FUZE.SW DINE-AROUND 

Your FUZE.SW registration includes special offers at the following Santa Fe restaurants:

  • Anasazi Restaurant, Rosewood Inn of the Anasazi, 113 Washington Avenue (505) 988.3030
  • La Boca, 72 West Marcy Street, (505) 982.3433
  • Taberna La Boca, 125 Lincoln Avenue, (505) 988.7102
  • Restaurant Martin, 526 Galiesteo Street, (505) 820.0919
  • Terra, Four Seasons Resort, Rancho Encantado Santa Fe, 198 State Road 592, (505) 946.5700

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13

7:30 am Breakfast, Registration/check-in

Museum of International Folk Art (MOIFA)

8:30 AM Welcome Remarks

Max Lehman, with Cheryl Alters Jamison, MOIFA Director Marsha C. Bol, Ph.D.

9:00 AM KEYNOTE

Our Appetite for Change — And Its Consequences with Betty Fussell -MOIFA Atrium

9:45 AM ART BREAK

10:00 AM FASTALKS-MOIFA Atrium

  • More than Guacamole: The Social History of Avocados-Lois Stanford, Ph.D.
  • Indigenous Biotechnology, or How Polenta Isn’t Just Italian- Thomas Antonio, Ph.D.

10:30 AM  CONCURRENT PANELS

  • Does Going “Local” Save Traditional Foods?
    MIAC O'Keeffe Auditorium
    Moderated by Terrol Dew Johnson, with Emigdio, Richard Ford, Ph.D. Louie Hena, Deborah Madison
  • How Do Chefs Define Their Culinary Identity?
    MIAC Classroom
    Moderated by Tina Ujlaki, with Freddie Bitsoie, Nephi Graig, Lois Ellen Frank, Ph.D.
  • Talkin’ Taco… Not Taco Bell
    Meem Auditorium, LOA
    Moderated by Sarah Wentzel, with Gustavo Arellano, Mark Kiffin, David Sellers

11:30 AM LUNCH

Food Trucks MOIFA/MIAC Staff Parking Lot
The Street Food Institute works with underserved young adults-emerging culinarians- to realize their dreams.

12:30 PM CONCURRENT PANELS

  • Navajo Churro Sheep, Corriente Cattle, Bison, and the Modern Rangeland
    MIAC O'Keeffe Auditorium
    Moderated by Tracey Ryder, with Glenna Dean, Ph.D., Betty Fussell, Deborah Madison, Nancy Ranney
  • Who’s Minding the Kitchen? Gender and the Story of Cooking in the Southwest
    MIAC Classroom
    Moderated by Carmella Padilla, with Patricia Crown, Ph.D. Lois Stanford, Ph.D., Lynn Walters
  • Seeds: The Connection Through Generations
    Meem Auditorium, LOA
    Moderated by Thomas Antonio, Ph.D., with Scott Canning Richard Ford, Ph.D., Louie Hena, Lynda Prim

1:30 FASTALKS MOIFA Atrium

  • Don't Spit it Out: From Tesguino to Modern Brews, Glenna Dean, Ph.D.
  • Wine: The Art, the Food, the Tradition, Michele Padberg, Vivac Winery and Red Hot Mama Wines

2:00 PM KEYNOTE

Mexican Food's 'Dialogue' with Indigenous Foods with Gustavo Arellano, MOIFA Atrium

2:30 PM ART BREAK- MOIFA ATRIUM

2:45 PM Chef's Tasting Fired Up and Chilled Out

Chefs Juan Jose Bochenski, James Campbell Caruso and Andrew Cooper MOIFA Outdoor Parking Lot and MOIFA/MIAC Staff Parking Lot

3:45 PM CONCURRENT PANELS

  • Tex-Mex, Cal-Mex, Az-Mex: What us New-Mex?
    MIAC O'Keeffe Auditorium
    Moderated by Bill Jamison, with Gustavo Arellano, Carmella Padilla, Patricia Sharpe, Ph.D.
  • The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: Fried Dough
    Meem Auditorium, LOA
    Moderated by Rob DeWalt, with Nephi Craig, Terrol Dew Johnson, Loretta Barrett Oden, Walter Whitewater
  • Guided Tour of MIAC's Micaceous Pottery Collection
    Dody Fugate
    Meet in MIAC Lobby

5:00 PM CLOSING REMARKS, FUZE.SW 2014 Wrap-up

Cheryl Alters Jamison, MOIFA Atrium

5:15 ¡Adios, FUZE! A Frito-pie‘n’Brew Tasting

Sample Frito-pies prepared by Santa Fe's beloved Five & Dime along with some of New Mexico’s justly famed brew.  DJ Gustavo Arellano spins his ten favorite immigration songs. Hosted by Earl Potter, Santa Fe Five & Dime General Store. Hosted by Chris Goblet, Beer Ambassador, New Mexico Brewers Guild.

6:30 PM Buffalo Feast Dinner
Museum Hill Cafe

Enjoy delectable dishes featuring New Mexico buffalo, local green and red chile, and produce from the Santa Fe Farmers Market. Chef Weldon Fulton, Museum Hill Cafe.  San Juan Youth Buffalo Dancers

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 14

FUZE.SW MarketPlace on Museum Hill

This free-to-the-public, day-long family food event is brought to you by FUZE.SW and Delicious New Mexico, on Sunday when the Museums are FREE to NEW MEXICO RESIDENTS and registered FUZE SW participants. Vendors will offer tastes of and sell New Mexico–grown, produced, and prepared foods from jams to empanadas. Enjoy Native American dance performances, cooking demonstrations, cookbook signings,  a green chile roast, tours of the Santa Fe Botanical Garden, food trucks, and more activities everyone will relish. Other partners include Cooking with Kids, The Food Depot, Georgia O'Keeffe Musem and Native Seeds/SEARCH

TURN UP THE HEAT at the FREE FUZE.SW Marketplace
Sunday, September 14, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm, Museum Hill, Santa Fe

The free-to-the public, day-long family food event is brought to you by FUZE.SW and Delicious New Mexico. Vendors will offer tastes of and sell New Mexico-grown, produced, and prepared foods, from jams to tamales, empanadas to biscochitos. Enjoy Native American dance performances, cooking demonstrations, free tours of the Santa Fe Botanical Gardens, food trucks and more activities that everyone will relish.

Outdoor Cooking Demonstrations
Celebrate the flavors of New Mexico with the newly released  Dishing Up New Mexico cookbook, and join us for cooking demonstrations and book signing.
 
10:30 am     Dave DeWitt, author Dishing Up New Mexico - talk, demo and signing
12:30 pm     Matt Yohalem, owner/chef Il Piatto Italian Farmhouse Kitchen - cooking demo and signing  
2:30 pm      Matt Thomas, owner Matt’s Gluten Free Baking -cooking demo and signing

 Dishing Up New Mexico will be available for sale at the Delicious New Mexico table.

Museum of Indian Arts and Culture Auditorium Talks & Tours
11:00 am     Cindra Klein: Turquoise, Water and Sky Lecture and Gallery Tour         
2:00 pm    Rocky Durham, Santa Fe Culinary Academy
3:00 pm    Mollie Toll: 20 Centuries of Dinner in New Mexico

Native American Music & Dance- Milner Plaza Performance Circle
12:00 pm    Pojoaque Turtle Mountain Group            
1:00 pm    Pojoaque Turtle Mountain Group

Milner Plaza/Museum Hill Information and Activities
Santa Fe Botanical Gardens
Georgia O'Keeffe Museum
Camino de Paz School
Native Seed/SEARCH
Cooking with Kids
Food Depot
New Mexico Office of Archaeological Studies
Bill Dunmire Books

Milner Plaza/Museum Hill Food Vendors

Comida de Campos
Ohori's
Intergalatic
Villa Myriam Coffee Roasters
Tio Franks
Africa Zia
Che! Chimmichurri
Celina’s Biscochitos
Coal Gulch
Pristina Water
Matt’s Gluten Free
Bev’s Biscochitos
Old Pecos Foods
Kinnas Kitchen
Heidi’s Raspberry Farm
Street Food Institute
Irrational Pie