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Chef Shout-Outs

Andrée Falls

Andrée Falls

Meet the chef: Andrée FallsAmerican culinary expert James Beard is quoted as saying, “Good bread is the most fundamentally satisfying of all foods; and good bread with fresh butter, the greatest of feasts.” Sage Bakehouse owner/baker Andrée Falls agrees. She offers 14...

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Nathan Mayes

Nathan Mayes

Meet the chef: Nathan MayesPaloma Owner Marja Martin feels that she hosts a dinner party every night at her intimate Santa Fe restaurant on South Guadalupe Street. “I enjoy having people come into my space, and to have them greeted warmly,” She said, adding that Chef...

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Paulraj Karuppasamy

Paulraj Karuppasamy

Meet the chef: Paulraj KaruppasamyChef Paulraj Karuppasamy and his wife and business partner, Nellie Tischler, own and operate Paper Dosa, a restaurant specializing in South Indian Cuisine. Located at 551 West Cordova Road, the menu offers dishes with lamb and chicken...

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Recipes

Red Turkey Posole

Red Turkey Posole

This year’s Lotus Farms turkey prompted me to make a red chile posole during Thanksgiving week. I adapted a red chicken pozole recipe from Steve Sando’s The Rancho Gordo Pozole Book, making the red chile paste a couple of weeks ahead and freezing it until time to make...

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Chile Paste for Red Turkey Pozole

Chile Paste for Red Turkey Pozole

It’s the time of year for posole and many other cold-season dishes. To prepare for a making a red turkey posole during Thanksgiving week, I recently made a chile paste and froze it. I’ll pull it from the freezer when my pozole is in progress. I’m following Steve...

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Spinach salad and lemon vinaigrette

Spinach salad and lemon vinaigrette

Now that our long, hot summer has ended and cooler temperatures have set in, spinach is returning to the market. I bought some especially tender spinach recently from Green Tractor Farm and made it into a salad for lunch that very day. To the spinach, I added slices...

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Farmer Spotlights

Seeding The Future with Plant Starts

Seeding The Future with Plant Starts

Nothing points to the arrival of spring more than the appearance of plant seedlings at the Santa Fe Farmers’ Market. Whether you refer to them as starts, seedlings, or baby plants, they are in abundance at the Saturday Railyard Market this month. Ric Gaudet of One...

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Articles

Institute Launches 2023 Healthy Soils Program

Institute Launches 2023 Healthy Soils Program

Healthy Soils is a 2023 initiative of the Santa Fe Farmers’ Market Institute that will contribute to more profitable farm production while improving the environment. “This initiative is based on the understanding that building healthy soil can reduce the need for...

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