In the kitchen
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Mary Spears of the Taos High School culinary arts program wants hungry Taoseños to know about a unique lunch option in Taos — Edu@Work Café. The menu, with gluten free options, includes items under categories like “From the Pantry” … more
The concept of terroir — the confluence of factors that shape the environment in which grapes are grown — can impact greatly the way a wine smells, tastes and feels in the mouth. Weather and climate, soil composition, solar aspect, length of … more
As the the next phase of the holidays approach, baking cookies comes to mind. I love to have a variety of treats when friends pay a holiday visit. But more importantly, I want to make plenty so I can give some away, too. Home-baked cookies are a … more
In my cellar at home, I have a bottle of a 2006 amarone. I’ve had it for years, saving it until my 40th birthday. The way I see it, if one must turn the dreaded 4-0, one might as well do it with one of the greatest wines in the world. Happily, … more
There are many reasons why people open their own businesses. For Laura Oest, the force behind the new Stella’s 210 in Taos is her eight-year-old daughter, Stella Oest Romero. “I am homeschooling Stella and want to spend as much time as … more
Carl Colonius is a man who wears many hats. Some readers may remember him as a 2015 Taos News “Unsung Hero.” Colonius is also well-known as the co-founder of Rocky Mountain Youth Corps — someone who was instrumental in the organization’s … more
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