In the kitchen
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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
People often ask me, "What's your favorite food to cook?" To tell the truth, I am really hard-pressed to answer that question, because so many dishes come to mind. But as far as ingredients go, I … more
Before we get started with this story, think with me for a second – what is your favorite memory about pumpkins? 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
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
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
To the east, the Rhine River. To the west, the Vosges Mountains. Alsace is at once a curious hybrid of French and German influences — having belonged to both at various times in history — and a … 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
Simplicity has become my daily calling card. 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
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