Join Home Grown New Mexico for a class on native bees nd learn all about these often overlooked pollinators. Bob Zimmerman, retired biology teacher, will show you how to provide a bee friendly yard for native bees and how to make a native bee house to encourage them to hang around your garden!
Explore the food and beer history of New Mexico at El Rancho de las Golondrinas. Step back in time, as you taste your way through the history of the Land of Enchantment. Experience historic methods of food preparation, learn from food & beer historians, attend demonstrations, sample delicious locally made creations, shop from vendors & artisans and grab a beer from local New Mexican breweries! It’s all here at New Mexico’s premier living history museum El Rancho de las Golondrinas. Click here for more information.
You may remember her from the last season of Top Chef. Now, we are excited to welcome Chef Nini Nguyen to Los Poblanos to showcase her talents here in the Rio Grande River Valley. Hailing from New Orleans, Chef Nini Nguyen is the daughter of Vietnamese immigrants, and she embraces both culinary influences in her cooking style. Her career spans from Sucré and Coquette, specializing in pastries to Eleven Madison Park, nationwide at Dinner Lab and beyond. Click here for tickets and additional information.
This multi-day celebration of the culinary bonanza and dazzling culture provides unparalleled spirited social excitement in the Land of Enchantment including live entertainment, cocktail and food tastings, world class seminar opportunities for home entertainers and hospitality professionals. Location - Drury Plaza Hotel in Santa Fe.
Native American, Hispano Spanish and Mexican cuisine, dig a little deeper and you’ll find our cuisine has been influenced by a spectacular range of cultures and regions across Europe as people migrated and traveled through our land. Embrace the worldwide influences on New Mexican cuisine and experience complex courses that pay homage to the dynamic culinary history of our state. Click here for tickets and additional information.
Cheryl Jamison, 4-time James Beard award winning cookbook author, is all about creating exciting meals and embracing local ingredients. Cheryl is the focus of this event in the “Food for Thought” series put on by The Santa Fe Botanical Garden. This event will be hosted in a private home in Las Campanas. $75 - $85.
Join Kitchen Angels for their 21st annual fundraising event Angels Dine Out on Thursday, April 25th! It’s a fun and easy way to support Kitchen Angels. Simply dine at any of these below 40 participating restaurants on April 25th and each restaurant will donate 25% of your bill to Kitchen Angels. It’s that easy!