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By: Gwyneth Doland
Bourbon Monsoon This is a riff on the whiskey smash, an old drink related to the mint julep and the mojito. If you have mint growing in your garden, this is a great way to use it.
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<![CDATA[Coffee Pops to the Rescue! - Upgrade your caffeine delivery mechanism]]>
By: Gwyneth Doland
There have been so many stories in here about drinks lately that you guys probably think SFR is on a liquid diet. Not true! We are voracious eaters.
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<![CDATA[Come to Mamou - A French café that delivers classics done well]]>
By: Gwyneth Doland
When food is very simple, it has to be very well executed, which is only one reason why this little French café is such a treat. ]]>
<![CDATA[Jambo, Santa Fe! - Chef Ahmed Obo’s new cookbook is an edible postcard from Kenya and beyond]]>
By: Gwyneth Doland
African spices are featured in the food at Jambo Café, which also has Caribbean flavors and an American twist. ]]>
<![CDATA[Sazòn: You’re Beautiful, But Are You Worth It? - We’re talkin’ tacos here, not solid gold]]>
By: Gwyneth Doland
Sazòn, chef Fernando Olea’s new place downtown (221 Shelby St., 983-8604), recently expanded its hours to offer a bar menu in the afternoons.
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<![CDATA[Coffee Crisis - How to get a great cup in a bad hotel room]]>
By: Gwyneth Doland
It was one of those work trips where you’re like, “OK, it’s not Paris, but at least I’ll get to see a little bit of some other city, eat some interesting food and drink some margaritas.”]]>
<![CDATA[Capital Idea - Stellar service and seriously fun food make this place a special treat]]>
By: Gwyneth Doland
People often ask food critics: What’s the best restaurant? It’s incredibly frustrating because this question is almost impossible to answer. It’s like asking someone to pick a favorite pair of shoes.
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<![CDATA[Past Repast - Dining into the future at the Inn of the Anasazi]]>
By: Gwyneth Doland
There’s a new chef at Anasazi Restaurant, you may have heard. Edgar Beas took over the Inn of the Anasazi’s kitchen earlier this year, and he’s just released new menus.
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<![CDATA[Pho in the Wall - Vietnamese fare at Saigon Café comes with a retro vibe]]>
By: Gwyneth Doland
The food and the atmosphere of Saigon Café (501 W Cordova Road, 988-4951) provide a cool respite on a blisteringly sunny Santa Fe day.
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<![CDATA[The Frugal Carnivore - Sharpen your knife and fill your freezer with filet mignon]]>
By: Gwyneth Doland
Last week in reviewing a new steakhouse, The Bourbon Grill at El Gancho, I mentioned that I like to buy nice cuts of beef and cook steaks at home. I do this because a) it’s cheaper and b) I think it’s fun.]]>
<![CDATA[Bourbon Grill at El Gancho - Set a course for adventure, your mind on a new romance]]>
By: Gwyneth Doland
Walking in from the street, the first aroma to hit you is, of course, chlorine. Yes, this is a restaurant attached to a fitness center, but the pool smell is a little disorienting for diners coming in from the street and not from aquarobics.
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<![CDATA[Matzo Fast - It’s Passover, so you should probably spend two days making chicken soup]]>
By: Gwyneth Doland
If your religion is food, then you should be thinking about how you can work chicken matzo ball soup into your schedule this week.
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<![CDATA[Meanwhile, Back at the Rancho - Get out of the city for classic culinary rewards in Chimayó]]>
By: Ben Kendall
There’s more than one pilgrimage destination in Chimayó. Just down the road from El Santuario de Chimayó another rehabilitative substance can be found that is perhaps just as divine: burritos.]]>
<![CDATA[Jam on It - English muffins are easy to make—if you have the right potato]]>
By: Rob DeWalt
Many moons ago, when I was but a wee cook at a local bistro, I tried flexing my creative muscle to impress the chef by making English muffins from scratch.
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<![CDATA[Heaven on Wheels
 - The Street Food Institute’s stellar food truck rolls back into town]]>
By: Rob DeWalt
At the corner of Paseo de Peralta and Old Santa Fe Trail, just across the street from Kaune’s Neighborhood Market, something delicious is afoot.
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<![CDATA[ Meat Me on Guadalupe Street - Whole Hog Café keeps it saucy, and mostly juicy]]>
By: Rob DeWalt
Santa Fe isn’t exactly known as an international barbecue destination, but it still offers a few dedicated options to get your smoked meats and traditional sides on.
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<![CDATA[Go Bitter and Sweet This St. Patrick’s Day - A trio of traditional and easy recipes to ring in the holiday]]>
By: Rob DeWalt
Should you find yourself entertaining a hungry crowd at your home this St. Patrick’s Day (Thursday, March 17), corned beef and cabbage with boiled potatoes certainly comes to mind as a go-to dish.]]>
<![CDATA[Cravin’ the Maven - Lunch at one of Santa Fe’s most popular bakery-restaurants yields mixed results]]>
By: Rob DeWalt
Tucked inside a row of industrial-looking buildings off San Mateo Road, Chocolate Maven Bakery & Café has always been one of those places that locals flock to for interesting breakfast and lunch choices that are easy on the wallet and the palate.]]>
<![CDATA[Lentil Love: Chapatti Challenge in the Time of Lent - A freezer raid turns up a batch of stew—and bread gets flattened]]>
By: Rob DeWalt
Throughout the year, our kitchen is a flurry of activity on Saturdays and Sundays, as we prepare and freeze batches of soups and stews to dine on at some later time.
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<![CDATA[The Artist Formerly Known as Jalapeños - An enchilada by any other name would taste as sweet]]>
By: Ben Kendall
The ever-mutable Jalapeños has changed once again, now known as Lucia’s or “Lucia’s and Jalapeños,” according to their receipts, or Lucia’s El Jalapeños, according to the Internet.
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