I don’t know what it’s been like around your office, but the SFR newsroom has felt a bit like a plague zone during the last few weeks. Half the staff was down with the kind of cold that makes you want to pull the covers over your head and wake upSometimes you’ve got to grab the DayQuil, drink a cup of tea and buck up, little cowgirl. When that happens, soup is essential.
Food Writing Whiskey pie, Baileys mousse/ice cream and Guinness cake are fine examples of desserts you may find on special menus celebrating St. Patrick’s Day. To some extent, these desserts are steeped in true Irish history, although some of that history may be a bit younger than you realize. ... More
Food Writing The rituals, customs and traditions tied to Jewish cuisine are certainly more deeply felt and acknowledged by the faithful during the Jewish holidays, but I’d like to think that most marginally functioning non-Jewish adults also understand that latkes and matzo are highly symbolic foods. ... More
Food Writing On Friday morning, the east-facing side of the New Mexico Roundhouse became a launching pad for something both sides of the aisle tend to agree on without much heated debate: great food. The Stre ... More
Food Writing The long wait for a steady stream of Asian/Mexican fusion street food in Santa Fe has finally come to an end. Sure, we have plenty of taquerías and fusion joints, but for some reason, the Asian taco has remained somewhat elusive. This is surprising ... More
Small Bites Dr. Field Goods Kitchen Chef Josh Gerwin has turned an unassuming strip-mall corner into a hip haven with a creative and consistently tasty menu and a fine selection of beer. Notables include the carne adovada egg roll ($8), which is stuffed to a wid ... More
Food Writing Although it would be more fun to imagine that there is cache of magic deliciousness crystals buried beneath the blacktop expanse at Cerrillos and Siler roads the truth is a bit more practical. ... More