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Hangover Cure

Food Writing Although I’m a regular drinker, I try hard not to drink in excess. Sometimes I fail. And the night before my dinner date with friends at Casa Chimayó, I failed spectacularly.

Wednesday, December 7, 2011 Zane Fischer

Schism Wurst

Heeding blood sausage’s primal call

Food Writing I confess that I have some freaky food interests, but I’m not a “foodie.”

Wednesday, November 30, 2011 Karla Helland

Taos Volt

An Alcalde distiller taps Taos for a local whiskey

Food Writing Legend has it that Simeon Turley’s mill, in Arroyo Hondo near Taos, did great business in the 1840s selling a wheat-based whiskey to travelers, soldiers and wandering mountain men.

Wednesday, November 23, 2011 Zane Fischer

Eating Wrong

Judgment Day: Looking top chefs in the eye ain’t easy

Food Writing Stalking and killing your food is much tougher than donning sweatpants and hunting the grocery store aisles for meat. The process can be time-consuming and messy, but it comes down looking a being in the eye an...

Wednesday, November 16, 2011 Zane Fischer

Famous and Cheesy

KFC loves America and vice versa, which sucks

Food Writing I’ve been a fan of theoretical à la carte cable television for years because I never understood that you had to buy the whole package just to get the good part. Mostly, access the internet provides

Wednesday, November 9, 2011 Zane Fischer

Food Fight

Beneath the Harvest Festival crust

Food Writing If you are unsure of what exactly the Santa Fe Harvest Festival is, you are not alone. When I think of a harvest festival, I imagine stacks of hay and pumpkins, long wagon rides and naively hot farmers’ daugh...

Tuesday, November 1, 2011 Zane Fischer

Safe Word: Pasao

Pasao brings a new dimension to green chile

Food Writing Dear Hot Hatch, Our relationship is just not as fresh as it used to be. I’ve grown accustomed to having you whenever and wherever I want: in morning burritos or late night quesadillas, at sushi bars

Thursday, October 27, 2011 Karla Helland

Major Tomme

Your croquette’s red; there’s nothing wrong

Food Writing Tomme, the new restaurant that has opened on the downtown corner vacated by Louie’s Corner Café, makes so much sense that I worry it may be a little ahead of its time.

Wednesday, October 19, 2011 Zane Fischer


Don’t let good chiles go bad

Food Writing The scent of roasting chiles in autumn is one of the great pleasures of New Mexico. It’s a sign of nature’s annual cycle as sure as the turning of the Aspens. 

Wednesday, October 12, 2011 Zane Fischer

Light Show

Agave Lounge takes the stage

Food Writing I would have been pissed if Agave Lounge hadn’t any mezcal. Too many tequila bars ignore the less refined, purer and more flavorful product of the agave plant, so if a joint called Agave Lounge had given it a...

Tuesday, October 4, 2011 Zane Fischer
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