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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
First, I decided to write about aperitifs. Then I realized I really didn't know what an aperitif was. more
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
It will not surprise you to know that I am a wine snob. I can't help it. It just goes with the territory. But being a snob does not mean that I am not willing to expand my horizons from time to time and try something about which I may have … more
Midsummer is a splendid time for a picnic under the trees. Whether planning to bring a movable feast to one of Taos' multitude of outdoor concerts or inviting a few friends over for a backyard get-together, I love the simplicity of eating outdoors. You can keep things effortless and still reap the benefits of breathing in the fresh air and the convivial atmosphere. more
Venture off the main drag of Red River and onto Pioneer Road, and you might be drawn in by the powerful aroma coming from SmokeHouse, a restaurant established in June 2017 by Red River … more
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
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
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
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