In the kitchen
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First, I decided to write about aperitifs. Then I realized I really didn't know what an aperitif was. more
There's something of the apothecary about Taos Spice Merchants. Shelves of hand-labeled jars line the walls with powders and seeds and liquids of every color. more
In a 2013 report the London-based Institution of Mechanical Engineers estimated that between one-third and one-half of all food produced worldwide is wasted every year … more
As the holidays end, we think we can slow down on the eating. But the new year brings the National Football League playoffs and the Super Bowl. more
Once grown in abundance in France's Burgundy region, the Gamay grape's reputation suffered a blow when it was outlawed from the region by a 14th century duke. He called it "a very bad and disloyal … more
Looking for stocking stuffers or small, practical gifts for your favorite cooks? Here are a few suggestions for gadgets they will actually use:A salt pigYes, … more
There's an old saying, which I loosely adapt here: Make someone a meal, and you've fed them for a day. Teach someone to cook, and they'll dine well for a lifetime. Give someone a cookbook, and you … more
The long-awaited cookbook from Taos food editor Fayne Lutz is finally available, online. M. Elwell Romancito has been working on the collection since the two women first came up with the plan of … more
It's not surprising that rosé is associated with summer. But before you turn your back on rosé this fall and winter, consider this: pink wine is made from red grapes. more
Most chefs would agree that the secret to a more tender, moist and flavorful turkey is a four-letter word: SALT -- not the salt you shake on at the table, … more
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