Road Scholar Virtual Lecture: The History of Native American Cuisine with Dr. Lois Ellen Frank

About this Instructor: Lois Ellen Frank, PhD, is a Santa Fe-based chef focused on Native American foods. She is also a Native American food historian, culinary anthropologist, photographer and James Beard Award-winning author. She is a featured instructor of the Southwest Indian Nations at the Santa Fe School of Cooking, and is chef and owner — along with Native Chef Walter Whitewater of the Diné Nation — of Red Mesa Cuisine. Dr. Frank is a frequent speaker on Santa Fe and Taos: A Tale Of Two Cities (Program #11009).

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