Santa Fe Reporter - Food Writing http://www.sfreporter.com/santafe/articles.sec-26-1-food-writing.html <![CDATA[Gourmet Standard - Your taste buds will sing and dance at Geronimo]]>
By: Enrique Limón
I hightailed it up Canyon on a recent rainy evening to indulge in the signature of all things civilized in the local dining scene, Geronimo.]]>
<![CDATA[We Got the Beets - Make REAL red velvet cupcakes like a boss]]>
By: Rob DeWalt
Before red food dye became a popular coloring agent for the cake and other dishes, bakers used red beet juice and cooked beet pulp to add color and sweetness to their red velvets. ]]>
<![CDATA[How Sweet It Is - New bakery satisfies sweet tooth and then some]]>
By: Julie Ann Grimm
Sweet Lily will warm up anything in the case, and you should take them up on this offer, as there’s no doubt melting butter is an asset for most any dish. ]]>
<![CDATA[Tecolote Café to Re-Open Doors in November - Local eatery was evicted last April ]]>
By: Enrique Limón
Owners announce they’ve secured a deal to take over the former Yummy Café, located at 1616 St. Michael’s Drive. They hope to open Tecolote 2.0 in early November.
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<![CDATA[Beer Me - New spot combines stellar microbrews and inspired, affordable, farmer-friendly cuisine]]>
By: Rob DeWalt
The newest kid on the block in the tasty North Guadalupe Street ’hood is Fire & Hops.]]>
<![CDATA[Ten 'Hut - Army National Guard culinary training is high and tight]]>
By: Julie Ann Grimm
Members of the Army National Guard stationed here are taking it to the next level, however, by spending a week in the kitchen classroom at Santa Fe Culinary Academy. ]]>
<![CDATA[Palace Is the Place - Move over burrito, there’s a new handled sheriff in town]]>
By: Ian MacMillan
The newest addition to Santa Fe’s Mediterranean restaurants is Peta Palace (112 W San Francisco St., 982-4401), formerly Istalif Cuisine, which can be found in a cozy downtown basement.]]>
<![CDATA[Red Sage, Yellow Corn - Buffalo Thunder restaurant bypasses casino image]]>
By: Julie Ann Grimm
When I put my fork down at the end of this meal, I felt utterly satisfied.]]>
<![CDATA[Queso: Hurrah, Hurrah! - Northern NM’s first proper brick-and-mortar cheese shop to focus on artisan, farmstead producers]]>
By: Rob DeWalt
Fromage may be the center of gravity at Cheesemongers of Santa Fe, but other culinary treasures will be available.]]>
<![CDATA[Big in Cerrillos - Behold the wonders of drive-thru sushi]]>
By: Ian MacMillan
Ah—the joys of the drive-through, bringing you hockey-puck hamburgers, fries, liquor (no, really!) and now...sushi.]]>
<![CDATA[Papa Don’t Peach - New fine dining contender still has a ways to go]]>
By: Julie Ann Grimm
At first, it feels like the kind of pretentious restaurant that could be tucked into a street in LA or New York. But once I settled into the soft leather bench and began to watch the people around me, I knew I was still in our lovely little “Best Small City."]]>
<![CDATA[Get in the Joe - Every meal is a special occasion at Joseph’s of Santa Fe]]>
By: Zoe Haskell
If you’re down for a dinner where you can’t stop talking about the food, Joseph’s of Santa Fe is the place. ]]>
<![CDATA[That Dog Can Hunt - Gastropub culture returns to the Santa Fe dining scene, and this time, it’s done right]]>
By: Rob DeWalt
To those who continue to lament the 2013 closing of Hidden Chicken Café on St. Michael’s Drive—a serious blow to potpie lovers everywhere—it’s time to dry your eyes, uncurl from that depressing fetal position and embrace the new Loyal Hound]]>
<![CDATA[To the 9’s - Pizza 9 delivers]]>
By: Enrique Limón
A window sign boasting “Chicago style pizza” called out my name and, in a runny nosed haze, I pulled up to the unassuming pizza parlor.]]>
<![CDATA[The Food Chain: Link Vlll - Where do your favorite chefs eat when they’re out of the kitchen?]]>
By: Alisson Muss
Guess who’s coming to dinner. No, not Katharine Hepburn and Spencer Tracy. This savory article touts three local chefs, a few good food movies and thoughtful ingredients like integrity and tradition.]]>
<![CDATA[When Buffalos Have Wings - Wings, beer and sports excite]]>
By: JP Stupfel
“Our motto is wings, beers, sports,” one of Buffalo Wild Wing’s managers Jacob Baugher tells SFR over the hum of voices and clattering of beer glasses.]]>
<![CDATA[Espiritu’d Away - For a true taste of Italy, head down St. Michael’s way]]>
By: Ian MacMillan
Pizzeria Espiritu is the real deal; everything seems so authentic because it actually is.]]>
<![CDATA[DeWalt’s Dish - Vol. I: Berried Alive]]>
By: Rob DeWalt
June and July is peak strawberry season in Northern New Mexico. Find out where to sample versions of the venerable strawberry shortcake in many of Santa Fe’s restaurants, or make this version at home.
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<![CDATA[The Food Chain: Link Vll - Where do your favorite chefs eat when they’re out of the kitchen?]]>
By: Allison Muss
Meet three Santa Fe super chefs. Saviors of hunger, each possess an extraordinary talent that makes our culinary world a better place to eat.
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<![CDATA[Rose in the Food Desert - Restaurant in Fashion Outlets wants to keep it close to home]]>
By: Julie Ann Grimm
From the Navajo Pride flour sacks that are tacked to the walls and the chalkboard cluttered with a disorganized menu, the first blush of Desert Rose Restaurant doesn’t match what chef Armand Saiia has in store.
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