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Growing populations and shrinking resources strain the environment and stress its human inhabitants. Developed in 1978, permaculture aims to better prepare people for an uncertain future by embracing sustainable living. At the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, dining halls serve food […]
Cross the river. Go up the hill, but don’t go down the hill! Cross the river. Go up the hill, but don’t go down the hill! Ahh Emma, don’t miss your turn for the vineyard! I repeated these directions in […]
While many hotels are epitomes of style – artworks in themselves, or showcase unique art collections — the following go one step further for those seeking creative experiences along with their bed and breakfast. Celebrate your inner Hemingway or Picasso […]
“There are three basic ingredients in the diet of Native tribes,” explains Tazbah McCullah, the marketing director of the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center. “Corn, beans and squash, which you may known as the ‘three sisters’ as they work together to […]
Ten years ago, Albuquerque didn’t have an identifiable food scene. Of course, there were restaurants and bars, but nothing that tied it together to make it an foodie destination. Today, however, the city has grown to be a place one […]
No Native meal in New Mexico would be complete without Indian fry bread. While every culture has its own form of fry bread — beignets, donuts, zeppoles, latkes — in New Mexico you’ll find the Indian fry bread. This dish […]
New Mexico is the only state with an official question — “Red or green?” — in reference to what kind of chile to eat with your meal. There’s nowhere in the world that loves chiles as much as New Mexico, […]