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The Sand and the Stars

A Short, Strange Trip to Truth or Consequences By Candolin Cook · Photos by Stephanie Cameron A blend of washed out and neon colors accent Truth or Consequences’s mid-century architecture. Dwight Yoakam’s “A Thousand Miles from Nowhere” played on repeat in my head as edible owner and publisher Stephanie Cameron and I drove down County Road AO13 in the desert basin known as Jornada del Muerto or “Journey of the Dead Man.” Yucca, creosote bushes, and the occasional cow dot the rust-colored landscape that surrounds this stretch of empty two-lane blacktop. We were taking a side trip from our...

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Chorizo and Egg Breakfast Muffins

Serves 4 These muffins are the perfect way to begin a road trip. Make them up to four days ahead and store them in the fridge. Then just pop them in the microwave for 40 seconds, throw them in a paper bag, and hit the road. 6 ounces chorizo sausage, ground (or your favorite      breakfast sausage) 1 1/4 cups all-purpose flour 1 teaspoon baking powder 1/4 teaspoon baking soda 1 teaspoon salt 1/2 cup buttermilk 5 teaspoons sour cream (full fat) 2 tablespoons vegetable oil 5 small eggs 1/2 cup scallions, chopped 1 cup cheddar cheese, grated...

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Bakery Round-Up

photos by Stephanie Cameron The aroma of something sweet baking in the oven conjures comforting and heartwarming childhood memories for most of us. Visits to the local bakery for a Sunday treat linger into adulthood, and no matter how old we get (or health-conscious, for that matter), it’s difficult to resist the temptation of melt-in-your-mouth croissants, macarons, warm donuts, or savory quiches. New Mexico’s local bakeries are the perfect celebration of breakfast and the craft of food. For this issue, we set out to discover some of our state’s local bakeries, and although this list is by no means...

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Bringing Home the Bacon

Kyzer Farm Has the Cure for the Common Pig By Mark DeRespinis · Photos by Stephanie Cameron To find the story behind the meat portion of your breakfast plate, I visited Kyzer Farm, a short drive south of downtown Albuquerque, to meet with farmer Robert Kyzer and his delightful passel of pigs. I had never been to a pig farm before. What instantly struck me was how clean, bright, and happy the pigs looked in their ample outdoor yard, playfully cavorting out in the open or gathering gregariously around a water trough. I had to blink a few times;...

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Spring Issue: Hidden Treasures

READ THE DIGITAL EDITION From the Royal Road to the Mother Road, New Mexicans have always been a people on the move. With a state so culturally and ecologically diverse, there is always something new to see, do, and taste. For this issue of Edible, we hit the highway in search of hidden treasures from Silver City to Silverton, Colorado, and discovered the ways in which communities throughout New Mexico and southern Colorado use their food, art, and natural wonders to attract visitors and create unique senses of place. From the Royal Road to the Mother Road, New Mexicans...

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