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Original Native New Mexican Cooking

Author : Yolanda Ortiz y Pino
ISBN : 0865342105
Genre : Cooking
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Red and green chiles share the spotlight with delectable sweets in these easy-to-follow recipes. The reader will find many useful hints and interesting variations on familiar dishes, all happily perfected by generations of the Ortiz family. The Ortiz tradition of New Mexican cooking brought raves from patrons of La Mancha Restaurant in Galisteo, New Mexico and these family recipes are now shared with you in this collection of flavorful Southwestern dishes. ..".the restaurant that had the most wonderful New Mexican food I've every tasted." -Los Angeles Times, ..".such is the fame of these and other Ortiz dishes that visitors from all over the world made a detour to their restaurant from Santa Fe." -St. Louis Dispatch
Category: Cooking

New Mexico Magazine

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105134263701
Genre : New Mexico
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Category: New Mexico

Santa Fe

Author : Rob Dean
ISBN : 9780865347953
Genre : History
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The timeline of American history has always swept through Santa Fe, New Mexico. Settled by ancient peoples, explored by conquistadors, conquered by the U.S. cavalry, Santa Fe owns a story that stretches from the talking drums of the Pueblos to the high math of complexity theory pioneered at the Santa Fe Institute. This fresh presentation, 400 years after the Spanish founded the town in 1610, presents the full arc of Santa Fe's story that sifts through its long, complex, thrilling history. From the moment of first contact between the explorers and the native peoples, Santa Fe became a crossroads, a place of accommodations and clashes. Faith defined, sustained, and liberated the people. All the while, scoundrels and abusers of power elbowed their way into civic life. And who should piece together that story of the country's oldest capital city? The Santa Fe New Mexican, the oldest newspaper in the American West, walking side by side with the people of Santa Fe for 160 years-a long life by the standards of publishing though merely a short span in Santa Fe's timeless drama. This book was compiled from a series that appeared monthly in "The Santa Fe New Mexican" in honor of the city's 400th anniversary commemoration in 2010. It illuminates Santa Fe's enduring promise to cling to roots that are bottomless and to leap into a future that is boundless. Over 400 pages, many illustrations, timelines, index, and detailed bibliographies. Included is a Study Guide for teachers, students, and anyone interested in Santa Fe and the American Southwest.
Category: History

The Oxford Companion To Food

Author : Alan Davidson
ISBN : 9780199677337
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 69.17 MB
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Covers such topics as plant products, cooking terms, national and regional cuisines, food preservation, food science, diet, and cookbooks and their authors.
Category: Cooking

Some Like It Hot

Author : Clifford Wright
ISBN : 1558322698
Genre : Cooking
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A tour of the planet's hottest food features three hundred fifty recipes drawn from the world's great cuisines, including chicken cooked in Hell from Cameroon and fiery fennel couscous from Tunisia.
Category: Cooking

The Native Market Of The Spanish New Mexican Craftsmen 1933 1940

Author : Sarah Nestor
ISBN : 9780865347342
Genre : Business & Economics
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Anglo-Americans in New Mexico were a major cause of the decline of traditional Spanish New Mexican crafts in the nineteenth century; in a reverse swing, they helped to bring about a revival in the twentieth century. When the railroad came west in the 1880s life in New Mexico changed almost overnight, and crafts which had thrived in isolation declined rapidly. Then in the 1920s and 1930s artists, anthropologists, educators, and other patrons in the state, recognizing the unique beauty and charm of New Mexico's Spanish colonial crafts, saw the need not only to preserve crafts from the past, but also to encourage their revival in the present. Foremost among these patrons was Leonora Curtin of Santa Fe. Born into a prominent but rather bohemian family, she was instrumental in promoting this revival. In 1934, during the darkest years of the Great Depression, Native Market was born. This endeavor, which became the forerunner of today's world famous yearly Santa Fe Spanish Market, was Leonora's brainchild. Greatly involved in the local art scene of the times, Leonora recognized the pressing need to preserve the rapidly vanishing traditional craft production of Spanish speaking artisans of the region. Through her leadership, dedication, and outreach, New Mexico's Hispano crafts people and artists were given renewed opportunities to market their often enchantingly beautiful creations through the successful commercial venture known as Native Market. This is that story.
Category: Business & Economics

All Aboard For Santa Fe

Author : Victoria E. Dye
ISBN : STANFORD:36105114129187
Genre : Travel
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How the Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railway Company contributed to the development of Southwest tourism.
Category: Travel

Mexican Cookbook

Author : Erna Fergusson
ISBN : 9780826300355
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 80.37 MB
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This popular cookbook has sold more copies than any other native cookbook ever printed in the Southwest. First published in 1934, it contains recipes for the foods that are now served in trendy restaurants nationwide - enchiladas, chile rellenos, and carne adovada. But the heart of this cookbook consists of simple, rustic food served in New Mexican homes - green chile sandwiches, a lamb-based cold soup, and sweet rice. Techniques for preparing freshly grown food, while unnecessary thanks to modern supermarkets, bring back the ambience and spirit of territorial New Mexico.
Category: Cooking


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ISBN : CORNELL:31924054936202
Genre : Cooking
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Category: Cooking

Dictionary Of Chicano Folklore

Author : Rafaela Castro
ISBN : IND:30000068988652
Genre : Reference
File Size : 90.21 MB
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Articles on the folklore and culture of Chicanos and Mexican Americans describe terms and concepts that represent folk speech and narrative, cultural tradition, and rituals practiced in the United States.
Category: Reference

Leslie Marmon Silko

Author : Mary Ellen Snodgrass
ISBN : 9780786485987
Genre : Literary Criticism
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This companion, appropriate for the lay reader and researcher alike, provides analysis of characters, plots, humor, symbols, philosophies, and classic themes from the writings and tellings of Leslie Marmon Silko, the celebrated novelist, poet, memoirist and Native American wisewoman. The text opens with an annotated chronology of Silko’s multiracial heritage, life and works, followed by a family tree of the Leslie-Marmon families that clarifies relationships of the people who fill her autobiographical musings. In the main text, 87 A-to-Z entries combine literary and cultural commentary with generous citations from primary and secondary sources and comparisons to classic and popular literature. Back matter includes a glossary of Pueblo terms and a list of 43 questions for research, writing projects, and discussion. This much-needed text will aid both scholars and casual readers interested in the work and career of the first internationally-acclaimed native woman author in the United States.
Category: Literary Criticism

New Mexico Indians Paperback

Author : Carole Marsh
ISBN : 0635023067
Genre : Indians of North America
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Associates each letter of the alphabet with information concerning the various Indian tribes of New Mexico. Includes reproducible pages of activities.
Category: Indians of North America

Artisan Farming

Author : Richard Harris
ISBN : 9781423613411
Genre : Gardening
File Size : 89.31 MB
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Artisan Farming focuses on the unique farming culture of New Mexico. Laden with rich photos, ripe with human interest stories, and bounteous with tantalizing recipes, Artisan Farming explores this state's one-of-a-kind agricultural heritage and the revival of traditional, organic, and "artisan" farming. Explore these small farms, farmers' markets, community-upported agriculture (CSA) organiztions, heritage seed exchanges, and other entries that have made the independent farming revival possible.
Category: Gardening

Forthcoming Books

Author : Rose Arny
ISBN : UOM:39015023714028
Genre : American literature
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Category: American literature

New Mexico

Author : Fodor's Travel Publications, Inc. Staff
ISBN : 0679005846
Genre : Travel
File Size : 89.21 MB
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Describes New Mexico and the Santa Fe, Taos, and Albuquerque areas, recommends hotels and restaurants, and offers advice on tours, festivals, nightlife, outdoor activities, and entertainment
Category: Travel

New Mexico

Author : Carole Marsh
ISBN : 9780793377374
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 88.58 MB
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Category: Juvenile Nonfiction