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Early Summer 2019: Travel

Early Summer 2019: Travel

For several years now, we have dedicated an issue of edible to the open road and the unique eating opportunities it affords. We pack the pages with travel itineraries, insider tips, and transportive storytelling, all with the food lover in mind. This year, we travel both near and far, from Las Vegas to Juárez, from the outskirts of Taos to the rims of the Grand Canyon, to offer a fresh look at old haunts and discover hidden gems along the way.

Dan Dan Noodles with Shishitos

Inspired by Sunny Khalsa’s journey, edible New Mexico created six vegetarian recipes for one traveler on a thirty-day, solo trek. All ingredients were selected with weight in mind and can be stored without refrigeration for at least four days.Get the...

48 Hours in El Paso and Juárez

A culinary view of the southern BorderBy Michael Dax · Photos by Sullivan Peraino Streetside café in Juárez.The midterm election was less than a month away and the first reports of a large migrant caravan heading north from Honduras were making national...

Red Lentil Sloppy Joes

Inspired by Sunny Khalsa’s journey, edible New Mexico created six vegetarian recipes for one traveler on a thirty-day, solo trek. All ingredients were selected with weight in mind and can be stored without refrigeration for at least four days.Get the...

Discovering Ardovino’s Desert Crossing

An Extraordinarily Original Oasis Story and Photos by Gabriella Marks Left: Entrance to Ardovino's restaurant. Right: Skydeck overlooking the Mexican border. For many of us, a road trip is a relatively rare occasion. And depending on...

Cast-iron Chilaquiles

Inspired by Sunny Khalsa’s journey, edible New Mexico created six vegetarian recipes for one traveler on a thirty-day, solo trek. All ingredients were selected with weight in mind and can be stored without refrigeration for at least four days. Cast-iron...

Eight Around the State: Tacos

Publishers Stephanie and Walt Cameron are sharing some of their finds around New Mexico in edible’s new department, Eight Around the State. Traveling the state in search of great food and stories demands a tasty taco from time to time, so in this issue they share some...

Early Summer 2019: Travel

READ THE DIGITAL EDITION For several years now, we have dedicated an issue of edible to the open road and the unique eating opportunities it affords. We pack the pages with travel itineraries, insider tips, and transportive storytelling, all with the food lover in...

Retreat Yourself

Country Comfort at Taos Goji Eco Lodge By Candolin CookA dozen miles north of Taos, nestled in the Sangre de Cristo mountains, sits a destination rooted in agriculture and steeped in history. Taos Goji Eco Lodge is an inn and forty-acre farm boasting an unusual crop,...

Catering to Canines

A Dog’s Guide to Pet Bakeries in Albuquerque and Santa Fe By Joanna Manganaro TotoJudy patiently awaiting a pup treat. Being an arbiter of taste can be glorious. One sits on a proverbial throne doling out pronouncements on the worthiness of the thing they are judging....

Rancho Gallina

An Interview with Leslie Moody And Mitch Ackerman, Owners Local Hero: Innovator Photos by Stephanie CameronBlue corn crepe filled with prosciutto and gruyère, topped with egg and red chile. Rancho Gallina is a proudly green inn and retreat center just off the...

For several years now, we have dedicated an issue of edible to the open road and the unique eating opportunities it affords. We pack the pages with travel itineraries, insider tips, and transportive storytelling, all with the food lover in mind. This year, we travel both near and far, from Las Vegas to Juárez, from the outskirts of Taos to the rims of the Grand Canyon, to offer a fresh look at old haunts and discover hidden gems along the way.

In Española, a town too often overlooked by passersby, we find a thriving art scene enriched by the area’s vibrant history, religiosity, and car culture. We also indulge in deeply rooted, soulful food like none other in the state. We take to the borderlands, from Sunland Park to El Paso to Ciudad Juárez, to see what the food there might teach us about a region currently spotlighted by sensationalist headlines and national debates on immigration—and the direction of our nation itself. With Frank Norris’s important history of the Green Book in New Mexico, we remember and celebrate the courage of African American travelers and diners who had limited options along New Mexico roadsides in our not-so-distant past.

Whether the travelers in these stories are seeking pleasure or pilgrimage, adventure or opportunity, their freedom to move across borders—geographic, cultural, or culinary—encourages understanding and, ideally, enriches the human experience. We hope your own travels this summer are enlightening, fulfilling, and, of course, delicious.

Dan Dan Noodles with Shishitos

Dan Dan Noodles with Shishitos

Inspired by Sunny Khalsa’s journey, edible New Mexico created six vegetarian recipes for one traveler on a thirty-day, solo trek. All ingredients were selected with weight in mind and can be stored without refrigeration for at least four days.Get the...

48 Hours in El Paso and Juárez

48 Hours in El Paso and Juárez

A culinary view of the southern BorderBy Michael Dax · Photos by Sullivan Peraino Streetside café in Juárez.The midterm election was less than a month away and the first reports of a large migrant caravan heading north from Honduras were making national...

Red Lentil Sloppy Joes

Red Lentil Sloppy Joes

Inspired by Sunny Khalsa’s journey, edible New Mexico created six vegetarian recipes for one traveler on a thirty-day, solo trek. All ingredients were selected with weight in mind and can be stored without refrigeration for at least four days.Get the...

Discovering Ardovino’s Desert Crossing

Discovering Ardovino’s Desert Crossing

An Extraordinarily Original Oasis Story and Photos by Gabriella Marks Left: Entrance to Ardovino's restaurant. Right: Skydeck overlooking the Mexican border. For many of us, a road trip is a relatively rare occasion. And depending on...

Cast-iron Chilaquiles

Cast-iron Chilaquiles

Inspired by Sunny Khalsa’s journey, edible New Mexico created six vegetarian recipes for one traveler on a thirty-day, solo trek. All ingredients were selected with weight in mind and can be stored without refrigeration for at least four days. Cast-iron...

Eight Around the State: Tacos

Eight Around the State: Tacos

Publishers Stephanie and Walt Cameron are sharing some of their finds around New Mexico in edible’s new department, Eight Around the State. Traveling the state in search of great food and stories demands a tasty taco from time to time, so in this issue they share some...

Retreat Yourself

Retreat Yourself

Country Comfort at Taos Goji Eco Lodge By Candolin CookA dozen miles north of Taos, nestled in the Sangre de Cristo mountains, sits a destination rooted in agriculture and steeped in history. Taos Goji Eco Lodge is an inn and forty-acre farm boasting an unusual crop,...

Catering to Canines

Catering to Canines

A Dog’s Guide to Pet Bakeries in Albuquerque and Santa Fe By Joanna Manganaro TotoJudy patiently awaiting a pup treat. Being an arbiter of taste can be glorious. One sits on a proverbial throne doling out pronouncements on the worthiness of the thing they are judging....

Rancho Gallina

Rancho Gallina

An Interview with Leslie Moody And Mitch Ackerman, Owners Local Hero: Innovator Photos by Stephanie CameronBlue corn crepe filled with prosciutto and gruyère, topped with egg and red chile. Rancho Gallina is a proudly green inn and retreat center just off the...

Campo at Los Poblanos

Campo at Los Poblanos

An Interview with Jonathan Perno, Executive Chef Local Hero: Best Restaurant, AlbuquerqueExecutive Chef Jonathan Perno in the exhibition kitchen at Campo. Photo by Alicia Lucia Photography. Los Poblanos is located on an organic farm in the heart of New Mexico’s Rio...

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