In the kitchen
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 …
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 …
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 …
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 …
Before we get started with this story, think with me for a second – what is your favorite memory about pumpkins?
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.
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.
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.
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.
"People's Republic of Fermentation" is an eight-part YouTube series with an up-close-and-personal look at fermentation in one corner of the most populous country in the world.
Home & Garden
In 1997, I attended a class from a third-generation arborist, Tim Johnson. The topic of the lecture was “Pruning for the Life of the Tree.” I learned that proper pruning is an essential tree care practice we can undertake as tree stewards. You should prune a tree only when necessary. The tree will let you know if pruning is needed.
Wonderful World of Native Plants
Do you find that you are sometimes unable to see the forest for the trees? At the Oct. 18 meeting of the local chapter of the Native Plant Society of New Mexico, Toby Gass will present "Spruce-fir: Another Kind of Forest."
As the Taos Tree Board enters its third year, new members were recommended and approved by the mayor and the town council on Aug. 22.
Health & fitness
"Tao fundamentally assumes that an inner cultivation of character can lead to an outer resonance. ... When confronted with the mysteries of the universe and the adversities of life, those who follow Tao think first to secure their own inner characters.
I really am a fan of affirmations: those powerful statements about something we desire. The most important thing they do, in my opinion, is move our attention from the negative to the positive.
Active service in the United States military brings unique benefits and challenges. But the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs acknowledges that a major challenge is increasingly evident after …
Light and dark, warm and cold, this and that.
Now is the season of Libra, the constellation of "the scales" and the balance they can represent.
In the 12-sign zodiac - the band of sky …
Hikers can now cross a wilderness river with dry feet because brain surgeon Jim Schmidt drove all the way from Portland, Oregon, and with six other …
Horseshoe Lake sits just beyond the fringe of the forest and right below the windswept ridge that leads to Wheeler Peak. It is a shimmering blue-green lake, surrounded by high alpine tundra and ancient bristlecone pines.
On a sunny July morning in Santa Fe, as I stuffed dehydrated foods into my pack, I heard my dad ask from across my parents' kitchen: "How many weeks you …
The adobe architecture of Taos is what gives the area its visual charm. Imagine Taos without the Pueblo, the church in Ranchos and the Plaza - where would the enchantment be?
Every semester, John Ubelaker, a professor, guides a group of students from the main Dallas campus of Southern Methodist University through a botany project at SMU-in Taos at Fort Burgwin.