In the kitchen
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One-pot meals to make you swoon

Simplicity has become my daily calling card. more

Chef Martinez helms the kitchen at De la Tierra

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

Syrah: the ultimate chameleon grape of the wine world

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

Melting Pot: Accommodating dietary issues to make everyone happy

Cooking for friends gives me much pleasure. Whether simple or sublime, the food for a dinner party can express friendship and affection. I love to create special menus for my guests, coordinating … more

Eating 'clean'

'Clean eating,' a food craze that gained momentum and popularity in 2017... more

Business puts Angel Fire on craft brewing map

Steve and Shelly Larson are restless entrepreneurs. And they don’t tend to think small. The couple own and operate the well-regarded Pub ‘n Grub restaurant in Angel Fire. This spring, they branched out into the world of craft brewing by … more

Antonio’s: The Taste of Mexico serves up an experience true to its name

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

Melting Pot: In praise of chicken soup

The holidays are over. After weeks of cooking breakfast, lunch and dinner and taking care of others, I am left with the leftovers and dishes after everyone has gone home. And while I enjoyed watching movies and playing a host of board games, I now … more

Need a break from the kitchen? Eat lunch, help students

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

Rosca de Reyes: Three Kings Cake a sweet tradition for Taos family business

My Mexican friends boast that their Christmas season lasts for almost a month. Celebrations start on Dec. 12, the feast day of the Virgin of Guadalupe. They continue with Las Posadas, a nine-day re-enactment of Mary and Joseph’s journey to … more
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