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Caramel Chameleon

Autumn calls for a user’s guide to the ultimate sugar

Food Writing Consider butter, fire and the unfailing magic of alchemy. It’s fall and caramel is as apt and autumnal as the season itself. It’s as mutable as the aspens’ change to copper, as flaxen as sugar...

Tuesday, October 14, 2008 A Qasimi

The Peanut Gallery

From humble to high art, peanut butter is a national obsession

Food Writing Sometimes I’ll ask someone if they like peanut butter, and they’ll say that they prefer some other nut butter—almond, usually. That’s all well and good, but it’s not the same thing...

Wednesday, October 8, 2008 A Qasimi

Verdant Works

Food Writing Erin Wade is charmingly self-deprecating and idealistic. Her restaurant, Vinaigrette, Santa Fe’s greenest sprout, is set to open on Oct. 18, but it is winding up the night to sleep amid the farm

Wednesday, October 1, 2008 A Qasimi

Eat It: Slow Down

Stop and smell the produce

Food Writing Take a Class10 am-3 pm, Saturday, Oct. 11. 505-428-1270Chef Tanya Story, who helps run the Culinary Arts Program at Santa Fe Community College, offers a day-long class in cooking, living and eating sl

Wednesday, October 1, 2008 A Qasimi

Anasazi Redux

A revived classic surprises and delights at every turn

Food Writing Chef Oliver Ridgeway energizes the Anasazi experience in the wake of Martin Rios.

Wednesday, September 17, 2008 A Qasimi

Harvest Crusade

Farm to Restaurant Project creates some special treats

Food Writing Buying local food helps to preserve our farmsteads and cropland, thereby improving our quality of life. Today’s consumers are more aware and concerned about the sources of their food supply. The promotion...

Thursday, September 11, 2008 A Qasimi

Fast Approaching

Ramadan, a time for reflection and restraint, is now upon us

Food Writing I don’t fast anymore, but I’ve felt no more tender sense of cultural or religious solidarity than I did back home during Ramadan.

Tuesday, September 2, 2008 A Qasimi

Belles in Hell's Kitchen

Santa Fe chefs share insights and experiences

Food Writing Salary survey reports indicate that as of August 2008, women still comprise only 10 percent of the Executive Chef positions in the US and make an average of 17 percent less than male peers in the same position....

Wednesday, August 27, 2008 A Qasimi

Domestic Affairs

Home is where the hearth is, so pass the kebabs.

Food Writing On a windswept and battered coastline in an undisclosed Near Eastern desert there is a distinctive landmark known as The Barracuda. Betwixt ramshackle shanties and brothels that masquerade as all-nigh

Wednesday, August 20, 2008 A Qasimi

In the Neigh-borhood

Los Potrillos may be the best thing to have happened to Cerrillos Road

Food Writing Los Potrillos is an excellent example of what Santa Fe is lacking in the food arena: a place that serves good, affordable food and keeps you coming back for seconds.

Tuesday, August 5, 2008 A Qasimi
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