FOODWAYS AT PUEBLO GRANDE INDIAN MARKET
Definition of food ways. : the eating habits and culinary practices of a people, region, or historical period.
The Hohokam maximized the potential of the Pueblo Grande site by using the potential of the curve in the Salt River to nurture and feed thousands of people. They used social connections and transportation infrastructure to grow trade and influence across the Southwest, in harmony with nature. They leveraged natural patterns and connections to create an abundant life. In celebration and acknowledgment of Pueblo Grande as a continuous gathering site and an ancient trade route we present our PGIM Food Ways. A mix of traditional and contemporary food, food demonstrations and learning options from many cultures across Arizona and the Southwest.