In the kitchen
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A good sharp knife, a whisk and a meat thermometer are among the must-have items in any well-equipped kitchen, according to many chefs.But what about the gadgets that are kooky, cool and just fun while still having a measure of practicality? Every … more
Guadalajara Grill del Sur has been serving Taoseños for about 22 years. The family's culinary tradition started with a taco stand. Even today, when the family goes back to Guadalajara, people welcome them by saying, "Here come the taqueros." more
On the East Coast, when the mercury rises above 90 degrees, they hunker down indoors, avoiding both the heat and the humidity. But here in Taos, we revel in the warmth of the sun and take … more
I don't know about you, but the recent spate of wintry weather has made me weary! One day, we're shedding our shoes in favor of sandals, getting out the gardening tools and eagerly planting basil. The next day, we're … more
The battered shrimp was crispy, golden, lacy. It dissolved in my mouth, soft and slightly spicy. The dipping sauces (there were two kinds) accentuated the flavor. The dish came with a green salad, artistically … more
A lot of us want to be better cooks, but don't have time or money to binge-watch Food Network shows, study at Le Cordon Bleu of London or experiment with five-course meals.So what are frustrated (and often hungry) would-be chefs to do?Plenty of … more
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
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