Feb. 27, 2015

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Clean Sweep

Regional waste agency wants to close local transfer station

Local News This week, the agency that oversees both the recycling center and landfill here expects to finish writing a bid to seek a facility outside Santa Fe where the joint city/county agency can ship recyclables. ... More

Feb. 25, 2015 by Justin Horwath

 

 

Yo Quiero Taco Bonsai

The local Asian taco drought has ended

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

Feb. 25, 2015 by Rob DeWalt

Classic Cocktails: The Mysterious Martini

Kiss My Glass You may be surprised to know that the classic martini dates back to the mid-1800s and was originally made with equal parts gin and sweet vermouth. ... More

Feb. 18, 2015 by Natalie Bovis

Small Bites

Eat at Dr. Field Goods Kitchen and Chocolate Maven

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

Feb. 25, 2015 by SFR

Lunch Launchpad

Santa Fe’s food-truck landscape gets a lift from the Street Food Institute

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

Feb. 20, 2015 by Rob DeWalt

Drunk in Love

Booze up Valentine’s Day dessert with some local flair

Food Writing I miss many aspects of the restaurant business, but I don’t miss working in one on Valentine’s Day.
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Feb. 11, 2015 by Rob DeWalt

Resolution: Get Your Goat (or Lamb)

Ditch that tired sweet-and-sour nonsense for the Lunar New Year

Food Writing On Thursday, Feb. 19, the Chinese lunar calendar puts the Year of the Horse back in the stable until 2026 to make room for the Year of the Goat, and some restaurants in town are ready to party down for the occasion. ... More

Feb. 18, 2015 by Rob DeWalt

Come on Pipil Now

Smile on your plátanos at Restaurante El Salvadoreño

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

Feb. 04, 2015 by Rob DeWalt

Small Bites

Eat at Geronimo

Small Bites Geronimo Owing its name to original tenant Geronimo López, who dwelled in the Canyon Road adobe in the 1700s, Geronimo is arguably the signature of Santa Fe’s culinary refinement. ... More

Feb. 18, 2015 by SFR

Dumpling Dream

Talin Market pop-up will dissolve your case of the Mondays

Food Writing When it comes to dumplings, it’s no contest. Asian beats American, hands-down.
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Jan. 20, 2015 by Julie Ann Grimm

Wingin’ It

Because hot sauce is for Super Sunday, suckers

Food Writing When I was a much younger lad, the voracious consumption of Buffalo-style hot wings was one of the few ways I thought I could assert my burgeoning manhood in front of those I wished to impress.
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Jan. 27, 2015 by Rob DeWalt

Small Bites

Eat at Midtown Bistro and El Farol

Small Bites Brunch, a much-debated topic among stand-up comedians and no one else, is great, and Midtown Bistro knows how to do it right.
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Jan. 27, 2015 by SFR

A Year in Mad Flavor

A look back at Santa Fe’s 2014 food scene is reason enough to keep celebrating

Food Writing In any American town the size of Santa Fe or larger, the restaurant/food scene is commonly a fluid, ever-shifting beastie. ... More

Jan. 07, 2015 by Rob DeWalt

They Got Game (and More!)

Culinary Academy pop-up feasts keep students—and chef-instructors—on their toes

Food Writing Located inside the Santa Fe Culinary Academy (SFCA), The Guesthouse, as it is aptly called, serves as the academy’s student-run restaurant: a stylish, fully functioning dining room and kitchen manned primarily by students in the academy’s professional culinary program. ... More

Dec. 30, 2014 by Rob DeWalt
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