In the kitchen
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A few years ago, my husband spotted a sign along the Rim Road in Des Montes: "FREE!" Not one to pass up a bargain, he stopped the car and discovered a large box filled with zucchini … more
Wine grapes have been grown in what is now Austria for thousands of years, cultivated by Celtic tribes even before the Romans infiltrated the region. And with a history that long, there have to have … more
Now that fall is coming, and we have eaten enough fresh salads and enjoyed our share of healthy smoothies, it’s time for a little indulgence in the form of … more
Some friends recently gave us about five pounds of freshly picked apricots. I used half of them for cobbler and made the rest into jam. Everyone in Taos seems to be overwhelmed by the … more
For most of humanity's two-million-year or so existence, we were hunter-gatherers, whose main diet consisted of protein, tree fruits, roots and nuts -- the original Paleo diet. Only since the … more
Apricots, which probably originated in China, have been cultivated for more than 5,000 years. In "Gardens of New Spain," a comprehensive study of the movement … more
Stone fruits are coming into season in Northern New Mexico -- and the spring rains should deliver abundant summer crops of apricots, peaches, nectarines and … more
Ya llega la estación de las frutas con semilla al norte de Nuevo México --y las lluvias de primavera … more
I was standing in the wine shop this afternoon, completely at a loss as to what to write this month's article about. Of course, I'll never run out of ideas--there are as many topics as there are … more
With Father’s Day coming, I thought it would be fun to propose a festive dinner menu that the whole family can engage in creating for Dad’s special day more
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