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Two autumn soups served in all-natural bowls
Column
Wednesday, 29 October 2014
ImageBy Dave DeWitt
Here’s something a little different for your fall soups and stews.
 
The sharp flavor of cheese dominates in the first recipe, while a hearty, spicy stew native to the Caribbean is our second option — and the bowls are part of the recipe for both.
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Fruit of the vine
Recipe
Wednesday, 29 October 2014
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Perfectly ripe and plump with natural sugars, pumpkin and squash provide the taste of fall
 
By Katixa Mercier
Pumpkin patches, corn mazes and seasonally spiced libations are the subtle prelude to the holiday season that sparks a tingle of excitement in everyone’s belly. Each year I take a mental inventory of all the squash varieties at local stores, and keep an eye out for new ones. Last year, for example, my mother-in-law introduced me to delicata squash, a delectable discovery.
 
It contains all the flavor and richness of butternut squash, only with (believe it or not) an edible skin. It has since become an autumnal staple for risottos, soups, sandwiches and quesadillas.
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A cider cocktail a day keeps witch doctor away
Cocktails
Tuesday, 28 October 2014
ImageBy Randy Kolesky
“Eat local, Randy. Local. Not locals,” my friend Tiphane screams at me while I bite a big chunk of flesh off the bone of a mutual acquaintance of ours. “I suppose I shouldn’t drink locals either, huh?” I grunt as I begin to wash down my cannibalistic feast with the blood of said mutual acquaintance. “Correct. Drinking local good … drinking locals bad.” 
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Wines to try as evenings begin to turn frosty
Wine
Tuesday, 28 October 2014
ImageBy Sam Melada
October is folding into November as I write this, and I want to recommend three wines to pair with the seasonal shift. It’s getting cold at night now, and the first of many frosts is right around the corner. For me, it’s time to ease into reds after a summer of whites, sparklings and rosés. There’s nothing wrong with white wine in winter or red wine in summer, but I tend to drink seasonally, and this month I offer some gems for under $20 that you really should try at least once … or twice.
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Cooking with cannabis
Column
Friday, 17 October 2014
ImageBy Dave DeWitt
First we we should note that only the medicinal use of marijuana is legal in New Mexico, and even then only by patients who have applied for and received their medical marijuana card (see story on page 13). So if you want to explore the following recipes on a “recreational” level — recipes that can also be found in my book Growing Medical Marijuana (Ten Speed Press, 2013) — you will need to do it in neighboring Colorado, where it is legal.
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NM craft beer wins major national kudos
Beer
Thursday, 16 October 2014
ImageBy The Beer Geek
I told you our breweries were good. And I know that most of you reading this are local, so you already knew this to be true. But it was at the Great American Beer Festival awards ceremony in Denver on Oct. 4, where New Mexico breweries walked away with eight medals, that America’s brewing community truly received notice.
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