The world may be going to hell but I can still cook. S’mores Bread Pudding: Chocolate Bread Pudding with a graham cracker crust and toasted marshmallow. You’re Welcome!
It’s our first Dinner and a Book in 2014 here in Santa Fe. This month we read “In the Devil’s Garden: A Sinful History of Forbidden Food.” I loved the book but others found it disturbing or downright unreadable. Some suggested the author, Stewart Lee
We just had our annual Espanola Valley Opera Guild tailgate party. Santa Fe Opera goers have a tradition of tailgating in the parking lot. It can be quite festive. People bring awnings, umbrellas, tables and chairs and some bring very elaborate dinners. You can even
I went to Estrella del Norte Vineyards in Nambe this weekend. Eileen and Richard have done an amazing job with their vineyard in only a few years. They have a prize winning Pinot Noir from the grapes grown right there and some other nice wines
It has been a brutally cold winter here in Ojo Caliente. We’ve dealt with burst pipes; a cold, cold dining room; frozen pipes in one of the bedrooms. The days have seemed especially short even though I know they are as short or as long
I just had a table of six vegetarians. It was a celebration so I wanted to do something really festive and “New Mexico”. I decided on vegetarian fajitas with tempeh. Here’s the secret to tempeh, I’ve discovered. Always steam the tempeh first and then marinate
My biscuits are a favorite here at Black Mesa. Unlike my momma’s that were made with bleached white flour and Crisco, mine are made with spelt AND teff, butter and/or coconut oil.. I love teff. It’s truly a miracle grain. It is the smallest grain
Who doesn’t like chocolate cake? (well there are a few). I’ve got this great chocolate cake recipe I’ve used for all sorts of events. The original recipe, one that I have modified some over the years, came from the “Passionate Vegetarian,” a great vegetarian cookbook