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Author: Edible Santa Fe

Best Farm: Romero Farms

AN INTERVIEW WITH MATT ROMERO, OWNER / FARMER photos by Douglas Merriam Edible recognizes this group of amazing individuals and organizations for their work to create healthy, sustainable food systems in New Mexico. We determine these awards through reader nominations and a reader poll. The local food movement is a grassroots effort that often involves late nights, backbreaking work, dirty fingernails, and being a generally good sport. In an effort to showcase these individuals, organizations, and businesses for their work to build a stronger local economy and a robust local food system, each issue this year spotlights several of the winners...

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Apple Pie Martini

The start of fall in New Mexico also means the start of apple season. Across the state, apples start to hit their peak season and are ripe for the picking. With this abundance of apples now is the time to start finding the perfect recipes to utilize this fruit. This Apple Pie Martini is nothing like its distant cousin The Appletini. Its main component is whiskey and is complemented by brandy and an apple syrup that make this drink perfect for fall. You’ll want to make this cocktail throughout the fall season and onwards. Apple Pie Martini 2 oz....

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Best Food Artisan: Heidi’s Raspberry Farm

An interview with Heidi Eleftheriou, Owner photos by Stacey M. Adams Edible recognizes this group of amazing individuals and organizations for their work to create healthy, sustainable food systems in New Mexico. We determine these awards through reader nominations and a reader poll. The local food movement is a grassroots effort that often involves late nights, backbreaking work, dirty fingernails, and being a generally good sport. In an effort to showcase these individuals, organizations, and businesses for their work to build a stronger local economy and a robust local food system, each issue this year spotlights several of the winners with...

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Best Chef, Santa Fe: Colin Shane, Arroyo Vino

photos by Stephanie Cameron Edible recognizes this group of amazing individuals and organizations for their work to create healthy, sustainable food systems in New Mexico. We determine these awards through reader nominations and a reader poll. The local food movement is a grassroots effort that often involves late nights, backbreaking work, dirty fingernails, and being a generally good sport. In an effort to showcase these individuals, organizations, and businesses for their work to build a stronger local economy and a robust local food system, each issue this year spotlights several of the winners with interviews about the work they do....

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Sage + Rosemary + Thyme

As fall quickly approaches here in New Mexico, it’s time to enjoy some of our favorite savory herbs. This Sage + Rosemary + Thyme cocktail is the perfect drink to welcome in cooler weather while using up some of our favorite savory herbs. Sage + Rosemary + Thyme 2 oz. Wheeler’s Gin 1.5 oz. lemon juice .75 oz rosemary simple syrup Fresh thyme and sage In mixing glass with ice, add gin, lemon juice and rosemary simple syrup. Shake vigorously and strain into a martini glass. Garnish with thyme and sage. Rosemary Simple Syrup 1/2 cup Sugar 1/2 cup water 2 sprigs rosemary...

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