In the kitchen
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Here in Taos, we know something about altitude. We know the thinner atmosphere gives us our stunningly blue skies and gives our visitors headaches. We know the altitude can make our baked goods go wonky and one drink feel like two to flatlanders. … more
Cristina Martinez felt the pull of the kitchen early on. The new executive chef at El MonteSagrado Resort & Spa has been cooking for about 17 years. "My mom used to cook for many church groups and I started helping her when I was very young," … more
As someone who grew up in Chicago, I thought I knew something about pizza. For a long time, in fact, I thought it was invented there. And why not? We have every kind: deep-dish, stuffed, thin crust, wood fired. Much to my surprise, though, there … more
Every Mexican dish has a story to tell, and after five restaurant locations and more than 30 years in a business that often trades cultural traditions for culinary trends, chef Antonio Matus remains … more
To the east, the Rhine River. To the west, the Vosges Mountains. Alsace is at once a curious hybrid of French and German influences — having belonged to both at various times in history — and a … more
In the next few weeks, many of us will have more eggs than we know how to eat. After a steady diet of hard-boiled eggs, egg salad and sliced eggs in salads, I know I always look forward to making … more
Recently, as I often do, I made breakfast using the leftovers of the evening before in an egg scramble.  The only thing was that the leftovers were a bit unusual to include in an egg dish. … more
The aroma of freshly made bread wafted across the room. While waiting for Andre Kempton, my nose led me to the kitchen, where handmade loaves were baked. There was a sheet of chocolate chip … more
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