Our Latest from the May 2019 issue

On the Road May 2019

(Story by Sharon Niederman) When the sun is shining on a New Mexico spring weekend, there’s only one thing to do: Fill up the tank and go. Those wheels are waiting, and your New Mexico bucket list is begging you to start checking it off. Northwest For starters, just a...

My Grandma and Her Impeccable Palate

(Story by Erin Wade / Photos courtesy of Erin Wade)  In the 1980s, my grandma drove a Plymouth Champ. It was one of those tiny two-doors with good gas mileage—like a Gremlin or a Pacer—that was churned out in the aftermath of the oil embargo. Hers was brownish yellow, the color of...

On the River with Emily

(Story by Emily Roley / Photos by Emily Roley and Christopher Howard)  In October of 2014, I found myself sitting in a boat on a deep and lazy stretch of the Colorado River, a few miles from the entrance of the Grand Canyon. On either side, deep red cliffs towered...

The Golden Circle: Tales of the Luddite Chef

(Story by Katharine Kagel / Photos by Gabriella Marks) This Luddite Chef is devoted to all things low-tech, especially when there are high-yield results to be had. We hear it everyday, we read it everyday; our sorry, exhausted planet is pleading for inspirational solutions to human desecration. As a restaurateur...

The Making of a Chocolate Champion

(Story by Lynn Cline / Photos by Jane Phillips) For Ruben Terrazas and his team of talented chefs, this is a year to remember. The executive chef of Kingston Residence of Santa Fe, Ruben collaborated with his colleagues Pastry Chef Margarita Chaparro and chefs Hector Gaytan and Eric Ceda, to...

Far Flung Adventures

(Story by Toner Mitchell/Photographs courtesy of Far Flung Adventures) For most of its 40-year existence, Far Flung Adventures, one of the oldest and most esteemed rafting companies in New Mexico, has been helmed by Steve Harris. Starting a rafting company flowed naturally from his youth spent afloat; Steve had a “particular...

Eating Words with John Sedlar

(Interview by Mark Oppenheimer/Photos by Ramsay de Give)  In the Summer 1974, armed with the basics of French technique, which he learned at a café in Santa Fe, John Sedlar made the pilgrimage to Los Angeles to undertake the rigors of learning the French kitchen by apprenticing to Chef Jean Bertranou...

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On the Road May 2019

(Story by Sharon Niederman) When the sun is shining on a New Mexico spring weekend, there’s only one thing to do: Fill up the tank and go. Those wheels are waiting, and your New Mexico bucket list is begging you to start checking it off. Northwest For starters, just a…

My Grandma and Her Impeccable Palate

(Story by Erin Wade / Photos courtesy of Erin Wade)  In the 1980s, my grandma drove a Plymouth Champ. It was one of those tiny two-doors with good gas mileage—like a Gremlin or a Pacer—that was churned out in the aftermath of the oil embargo. Hers was brownish yellow, the color of…

On the River with Emily

(Story by Emily Roley / Photos by Emily Roley and Christopher Howard)  In October of 2014, I found myself sitting in a boat on a deep and lazy stretch of the Colorado River, a few miles from the entrance of the Grand Canyon. On either side, deep red cliffs towered…

The Making of a Chocolate Champion

(Story by Lynn Cline / Photos by Jane Phillips) For Ruben Terrazas and his team of talented chefs, this is a year to remember. The executive chef of Kingston Residence of Santa Fe, Ruben collaborated with his colleagues Pastry Chef Margarita Chaparro and chefs Hector Gaytan and Eric Ceda, to…

Far Flung Adventures

(Story by Toner Mitchell/Photographs courtesy of Far Flung Adventures) For most of its 40-year existence, Far Flung Adventures, one of the oldest and most esteemed rafting companies in New Mexico, has been helmed by Steve Harris. Starting a rafting company flowed naturally from his youth spent afloat; Steve had a “particular…

Eating Words with John Sedlar

(Interview by Mark Oppenheimer/Photos by Ramsay de Give)  In the Summer 1974, armed with the basics of French technique, which he learned at a café in Santa Fe, John Sedlar made the pilgrimage to Los Angeles to undertake the rigors of learning the French kitchen by apprenticing to Chef Jean Bertranou…