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It’s the Southwest’s most iconic and beloved food. Peter O’Dowd sets out across Arizona on a mission to taste the many delicious incarnations of the taco Photography by Mark Lipczynski The mezcal swirls in our Mexican Manhattan like smoke from a campfire. We’re 300 miles from the border, the first stop…(Read More)

Our corner of the country is home to some of the country’s most innovative chefs. These are a few of the people who make the food that keeps us happy Nephi Craig, The Summit Restaurant at Sunrise Park Resort in Whiteriver, Arizona As a member of the White Mountain Apache and Navajo tribes, Craig…(Read More)

Outstanding in the Field

Field Day

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A traveling, pop-up feast, Outstanding in the Field joins food purveyors with the communities they sustain. Jen Murphy pulls up a chair and revels in the gorgeous, alfresco experience Photography by Jennifer Olson Jim Denevan could be considered a culinary rock star. Each summer Denevan and his small crew — glorified roadies — crisscross the…(Read More)

4 Nob Hill Must-Eats

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New restaurants are popping up in Albuquerque’s Nob Hill neighborhood faster than man buns and beards. These favorites are sure shots By Jaime Moye Brunch Limonata Crepes all day, plus world-class espresso, macchiato, cappuccino, latte, mocha, and more. freshcitrus.us Lunch Scalo Northern Italian Grill Wood-fired pizza served on white linen tablecloths…(Read More)

Greener Pastures

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Juicy peaches. Garden dinner parties. Weekend festivals. One family-owned farm is staying current by being true to its Arizona roots By Celeste Sepessy In 1941, Ray and Thora Schnepf spent their honeymoon night in a one-room shack. With their farmhand. They’d spend the next three years clearing the desert brush from their…(Read More)

A Culinary Oasis

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In tiny Silver City, New Mexico, the Curious Kumquat is elevating foraged ingredients with molecular gastronomy techniques. Jen Murphy makes the foodie pilgrimage Photography by Douglas Merriam Deep in the New Mexican  desert, a dusty four-hour drive from Albuquerque, Rob Connoley riffs on global dishes like Doro Wat, an Ethiopian chicken stew, and the…(Read More)

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Typically, you have to snowshoe to a yurt in Colorado to enjoy Chef Kellett’s culinary stylings. Luckily, Kellett has shared her favorite recipes with us, so if you’re more of a slippers over snowshoes type of person, read on Recipe: Lemon Cauliflower and Carrot Soup Ingredients: 2 tablespoons coriander seeds 2 tablespoons extra…(Read More)

Recipe: Herb-Encrusted Salmon with Lemon Aioli Ingredients: Salmon 4 fillets of salmon, pin bones removed and skin off, about 6 ounces each Salt and pepper ½ teaspoon Dijon mustard 1 tablespoon good mayonnaise Herb crust Fresh herbs totaling ¼ cup packed herbs — parsley, chives, basil, dill — depending what is on hand ½ teaspoon…(Read More)

Josephine’s Tiramisu Ingredients: Custard ½ bottle of Marsala reduces to 4 ounces 1 pound of Mascarpone cheese 6 eggs separated 2⁄3 cup sugar divided Ladyfingers 1 cup espresso coffee 1 cup simple syrup 2 tablespoon brandy 25-30 ladyfingers Shaved chocolate Cocoa powder Instructions: In a heavy-bottom saucepan, reduce the Marsala wine to…(Read More)

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A Moveable Feast

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It’s not every meal that begins with a cross-country ski. Jen Murphy snowshoes the rolling hills of Crested Butte, Colorado, where a cozy yurt with a five-course dinner awaits A dapper-looking man in a bow tie and a stylish woman with fur earmuffs crowning her long blond braid and a string…(Read More)