Category Archives: Farmers Markets

Old Man Winter is Making a Comeback

For the last several weeks the weather here at the inn has been a beautiful – in the eighties, a bit warm for April – very little rain and not too much wind, which is a plus for us this … Continue reading

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Pico de Gallo

It’s almost May and I am looking forward to fresh local produce.  As a rule, I make a real effort to cook with foods that are in season in the area.  January, February, March and April are the worst months for … Continue reading

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Sunday with the Red Chair

Sunday morning, after a breakfast of an Asian pear, mango and raspberry salad, herbed scrambled eggs, seasoned home fires, Canadian bacon and muffins shared with other guests; Red was ready to take on the world! The first stop on Red’s … Continue reading

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Hot Chiles

Yesterday was Chile Day!  For those of you who don’t live in the southwest this has no meaning.  For those of you that do – I’ll bet you’re drooling right now! Yesterday we went to the Corrales Growers Market and bought … Continue reading

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Sweet Peaches

Has anyone else noticed how hard it is to purchase truly ripe fruit?  Not the stuff that is ripened with gas, that has no taste.   I ‘ m talking about buy it today, take it home and eat it today, … Continue reading

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