Classic recipes such as tortillas, enchiladas, sauces and salsas are sure to please, while new riffs using classic ingredients—such as Smoked Trout and Roasted Green Chile Quesadillas, Green Chile Mac & Cheese, Berry Pudding and Biscochitos—will delight beginning and experienced cooks alike.
Susan Curtis founded the Santa Fe School of Cooking in 1989. Nicole Curtis Ammerman manages the school. Their previous books include Southwest Flavors and Salsas & Tacos, and the original Santa Fe School of Cooking Cookbook.
Susan Curtis, with her husband, David, founded the Santa Fe School of Cooking in 1989. She has co-authored several cookbooks,including Tacos and Salsas and Summer in Santa Fe. She has been on the board of directors of the Santa Fe Wine and Chile Fiesta for fifteen years.
In Red or Green, Casey invites readers to experience the bold flavors of southwestern cooking in their own homes. The cookbook introduces various types of chile peppers and how to select, handle, and incorporate them into everyday cooking. Also included are a guide to New Mexico wines and wineries, a glossary, and information on high altitude cooking and where to buy chiles and chile products. With more than two hundred recipes centering on chile cuisine, Red or Green offers an enticing exploration of the traditional and the exotic in New Mexican fare.
Savor and share the joys of New Mexican cooking as you prepare more than one hundred dishes from across the state in this remarkable collection of outstanding recipes.
Seventy-five authentic Spanish recipes, menus, and interesting facts and primers about foods of the Southwest make this the perfect takeaway from your travels or gift from the region. Try the taste of authentic Chile Pie, Tamales, Torte de Huevo (Egg Omelet), or Salsa de Tomate (Tomato Salad). The recipes in this booklet are taken from a rare twenty-page 1942 Seton Village Press edition of Cleofas M. Jaramillo's cookbook. The text is accentuated with several pieces of original line art.
New Mexican Cuisine is a unique and delicious melting pot of Spanish, Mexican, Native American, and American Cowboy cultures, techniques, and flavors. Susan Curtis, founder of the Santa Fe School of Cooking, brought together a team of powerhouse cooking instructors to gather the best and boldest recipes ever to fill a tortilla.
Enjoy over 50 recipes from familiar classics like Roasted Tomato Salsa and Pork Carnitas Tacos to fresh takes such as Creamy Chicken and Almond Tacos, Grapefruit-Orange Salsa, Tomatillo-Papaya Salsa, and Apple Pie Tacos.
Growing up on a cattle ranch in Idaho, Susan CurtisNew York Times and the Boston Globe. Susan has co-authored several cookbooks, including The Santa Fe School of Cooking Cookbook.
Long before eating “farm to table” was de rigeur, New Mexico’s small farms and ranches provided its families and communities with homegrown vegetables, fruit, milk, meat, and eggs. The state’s traditional cuisine, a mixture of Indian, Spanish, and Mexican flavors, is unique. Now you can learn its secrets and make its signature dishes wherever you call home.
Interspersed with recipes for preparing New Mexico’s distinctive bounty—its honey, pistachios, lavender, sweet peas, garlic, corn, lamb, beef, buffalo, goat cheese, apples, and pears, as well as its famous chiles—are profiles of its best food producers and purveyors. Learn the foodways of family farms and ranches, mom-and-pop cafes, and spirited restaurants, and meet the people who love preparing and presenting this nourishing and delightful cuisine.
The New Mexico Farm Table Cookbook passes on to home cooks everywhere the state’s most treasured recipes and techniques and its fresh takes on traditional ingredients; soon you’ll be making the best green chile cheeseburgers, sourdough biscuits, chile rellenos, empanadas, mole, and more with readily accessible ingredients and simple, clear directions. Bring some New Mexico enchantment to your kitchen!