In the kitchen
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Preparing the perfect turkey

The real centerpiece of most Thanksgiving dinners is the turkey. While some people might wish for a different entree, for the majority, the holiday would simply not be Thanksgiving without a turkey. more

Experiencing food sovereignty at Taos Pueblo

What is food sovereignty and why is it important to the community of Taos Pueblo?These are the central questions at the heart of the upcoming "Red Willow … more

Taos Food Center holds autumn festival

The Taos County Economic Development Corporation is hosting its annual fall festival at the Taos Food Center Sunday (Oct. 8) from 2-5 p.m.The center is located at the TCEDC Business Park, 1021 … more

Tricks of the soup and stew trade

As the days grow shorter and the temperature drops, soups and stews - largely on hold during the summer months - make their way back into the minds, hearts and … more

Ampelography: A family reunion of grapes

A grape is a grape, and a vine is a vine. Right? Not really. There is a variety of species of grapevines, only a fraction of which are used to produce wine, and really only one of which is used to … more

It's open season for the 'perfect pumpkin'

Before we get started with this story, think with me for a second – what is your favorite memory about pumpkins? more

Soups for autumn

Now that summer is over, I can feel myself shifting gears, at least as far as food goes. With the changing seasons come cooler temperatures. more

Check out 'Sabor: A Taste of Taos'

Sabor, a Taste of Taos, sponsored by the Taos County Chamber of Commerce, is designed to bring the community and visitors together for an event celebrating the flavors from kitchens in Northern New Mexico. more

Farm-to-table cooking: Taking advantage of farmers market bounty

The bracing air of a cool Saturday morning greets me as I venture to the historic Taos Plaza to visit the myriad of vendors as they set up their wares for Taos Farmers Market. more

It's all good Greek to her, but thumbs-down on the retsina

I didn't always love Greek wine. My first encounters with it were decidedly unpleasant - and I wasn't even drinking retsina (more on that later). The wines were overly acidic and tannic - and somehow reminiscent of wet dog. more
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