Still, it remains to be seen if we make our (usual) yearly trek to Northern New Mexico.
Moon over Inn on Alameda, December 2014
So, I am still wistfully thinking about our past trips and posting a few pictures as I revisit our past journeys.
El Santuario de Chimayó on Christmas Day, 2011
. . . → Read More: Southwest Quinoa and Kale Salad with NM Red Chile Vinaigrette
Trying to recreate the most velvety, smooth, delicious green chile stew I ever had… . . . → Read More: Vegetarian Green Chile Chowder with Goat Cheese
But, wait…there’s more. Here’s a final wrap-up and review of our time in Taos (plus some added pictures). . . . → Read More: A final wrap-up….
First of all, Happy Halloween! You know when we travel, I typically milk our experience into numerous posts. Our recent trip to Taos is no different. For the next installment, read on…. . . . → Read More: Taos Mesa Brewing
An easy hike but some spectacular views. Well worth seeking out this trail when you are near Taos. . . . → Read More: Hiking the Rim at Rio Grande Gorge
Yep, we made it back to the Land of Enchantment for Fall Break. Care on joining us as we make our way around town (and the state)? . . . → Read More: Taos for Fall Break
Today is actually the day that I wrap up our New Mexico trip saga.
The odyssey began with us taking the scenic route for a holiday vacation. We continued this theme and actually did a lot of driving from our home-base in Santa Fe.
St. Francis Cathedral Basilica, Santa Fe, NM
On Christmas Eve . . . → Read More: Turquoise Trail and Abiquiu
We hope everyone had a safe and festive New Year! I am still chronicling our recent New Mexico holiday.
We started our trek into New Mexico on some deserted snowy roads on the scenic route.
NM 104 between Tucumcari and Las Vegas.
We visited two brewpubs: Duel and Santa Fe Brewing.
inside . . . → Read More: Santa Fe Christmas
After visiting New Mexico, I am so tempted to put green chilis in anything and everything.
Case in point—this hummus.
Green Chili Hummus adapted from Dorie Greenspan
1 can (15.5 oz.) chickpeas 2 large garlic cloves, chopped 1/3 c. tahini 2 T. fresh lemon juice (or to taste) 1 can (4.5 oz.) chopped green . . . → Read More: Green Chili Hummus
Did you catch all the clues I posted recently?
Did you wonder why I was decorating with farolitos and baking bischochitos?
I know you friends and how astute you are so I am sure some of you guessed.
Yes, we went to Santa Fe for Christmas again. It had been three years since we spent . . . → Read More: Always take the scenic route….