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Early Winter 2019: Hemp & Hops

Early Winter 2019: Hemp & Hops

In this issue, we look at two of the best known genera of the cannabaceae family, hemp (cannabis) and hops (humulus), which are showing a profound potential to change the state’s agricultural, culinary, and cultural landscape. We consider these crops together because they share more than just a distant botanical ancestor, an unmistakable dank aroma, and an ability to thrive in New Mexican soils; they share a place in the imagination of agriculturalists, chefs, legislators, and consumers across the state as an opportunity to bring economic growth, new flavors, and healing properties to our farms and kitchens.

Cooking with Hemp

An Interview with Derek Rugsaken, David Bancroft, and Gaibi Vollbracht of Alto dinner series Photos by Stephanie CameronOmega Toasty The Alto dinner series is a culinary collaboration between Southeast by Southwest events and CBDJay LLC. Earlier this year, Alto hosted...

Bosque Brewing Co.

An interview with Jess Griego, chief experience officer and certified Cicerone®; Gabe Jensen, chief executive officer; and John Bullard, Bosque North brewmaster and chief production officer Local Hero: Best Brewery Photos by Stephanie CameronBosque North Brewery and...

Three Sisters Kitchen

An Interview with Anzia Bennett, Executive Director Local Hero: Best Nonprofit Organization Photos by Stacey M. AdamsTop row, left to right: Craig Jones, Jaelyn Bransford, Josh Nez, Michael Sedillo, Julia Wall. Bottom row, left to right: Anzia Bennett, Cecelia Garcia,...

In this issue, we look at two of the best known genera of the cannabaceae family, hemp (cannabis) and hops (humulus), which are showing a profound potential to change the state’s agricultural, culinary, and cultural landscape. We consider these crops together because they share more than just a distant botanical ancestor, an unmistakable dank aroma, and an ability to thrive in New Mexican soils; they share a place in the imagination of agriculturalists, chefs, legislators, and consumers across the state as an opportunity to bring economic growth, new flavors, and healing properties to our farms and kitchens.

Cooking with Hemp

Cooking with Hemp

An Interview with Derek Rugsaken, David Bancroft, and Gaibi Vollbracht of Alto dinner series Photos by Stephanie CameronOmega Toasty The Alto dinner series is a culinary collaboration between Southeast by Southwest events and CBDJay LLC. Earlier this year, Alto hosted...

Bosque Brewing Co.

Bosque Brewing Co.

An interview with Jess Griego, chief experience officer and certified Cicerone®; Gabe Jensen, chief executive officer; and John Bullard, Bosque North brewmaster and chief production officer Local Hero: Best Brewery Photos by Stephanie CameronBosque North Brewery and...

Three Sisters Kitchen

Three Sisters Kitchen

An Interview with Anzia Bennett, Executive Director Local Hero: Best Nonprofit Organization Photos by Stacey M. AdamsTop row, left to right: Craig Jones, Jaelyn Bransford, Josh Nez, Michael Sedillo, Julia Wall. Bottom row, left to right: Anzia Bennett, Cecelia Garcia,...

Best Retail, Talin Market

Best Retail, Talin Market

An edible Local Hero is an exceptional individual, business, or organization making a positive impact on New Mexico's food systems. These honorees nurture our communities through food, service, and socially and environmentally sustainable business practices. Edible...

New Mexico’s Native Hops

New Mexico’s Native Hops

It's What Here Taste Like By Ellen ZachosWild hops. Photo by Bryant Olsen. I’m not a beer lover, but I love hops. So I was thrilled to learn about New Mexico’s native hops, Humulus lupulus var. Neomexicanus. Craft brewers consider this North American variety to have a...

Omega Toasty

Omega Toasty

Omega Toasty 2 slices hemp seed or sourdough toast 1 avocado 1 lime 1 tablespoon piñon nuts 1 tablespoon hemp seed oil 1/2 cup sprouted hemp or mung beans 2 teaspoons hemp hearts (hulled hemp seeds) Dash of Maldon sea salt 4 tablespoons salted butter 6–8 sage leaves...

A Winning Formula

A Winning Formula

Josh Kennon’s New Enchiladas Restaurant, The Jealous Fork, Lets Customers Build Their Own By Robin Babb · Photos by Stephanie Cameron Red chile pork posole and build-your-own enchiladas at The Jealous Fork. For Josh Kennon, owner and executive chef of Fork & Fig,...

Small Batches, Big Vision

Small Batches, Big Vision

Tumbleroot Hits Its Stride By Liz Maliga · Photos by Douglas Merriam Walking into Tumbleroot Brewery and Distillery’s Agua Fria location on a sunny October Sunday, I’m greeted by a woman singing and playing guitar to a table full of friends. Other small groups are...

On Our Counter

On Our Counter

Edible's staff is always trying new local products. Take a look at what we are enjoying this month. Drop us an email at info@ediblenm.com if you know a product we should try. Garlic Ristra from El Bosque Garlic Farm We found El Bosque Garlic Farm selling gorgeous...

Ganja Gourmet

Ganja Gourmet

Two Santa Fe Dispensaries Give Edible Cannabis A Delicious Spin By Joanna Manganaro Toto Tetrahydrocannabinol eclairs at Best Daze. Photo by Stephanie Cameron. Medical marijuana dispensaries may not be the first place one thinks of when searching out delicious...

Hemp Harvest Salad

Hemp Harvest Salad

Hemp Harvest Salad 1.75 ounces sprouted hemp seed or your favorite microgreens 1/4 medium-sized kabocha squash 1 large carrot 1/2 tablespoon roasted chia seeds 1/2 tablespoon raw hemp hearts 1/8 cup slivered almonds 2 tablespoons pomegranate seeds Parmesan to taste...

Hemp Dreams

Hemp Dreams

Cultivating Cannabis in the Land of Enchantment By Briana OlsonPhoto by Stephanie Cameron. “What can’t hemp do?” my partner asked when I texted him someone’s claim that, because hemp is referenced in the Bible, some users of hemp products find it a “truly spiritual...

Eight Around the State: Craft Brews

Eight Around the State: Craft Brews

By Stephanie and Walt Cameron Publishers Stephanie and Walt Cameron are sharing some of their favorite finds around New Mexico in edible’s newest department, Eight Around the State. For this issue, they searched for craft breweries. Albuquerque and Santa Fe have...

Butternut Squash Bundt Cake with Lemon + Sage + Hemp Glaze

Butternut Squash Bundt Cake with Lemon + Sage + Hemp Glaze

Butternut Squash Bundt Cake with Lemon + Sage + Hemp Glaze For the cake 2 cups flour 2 teaspoons baking powder 1 teaspoon baking soda 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon 1/4 teaspoon ground nutmeg 1 teaspoon salt 1 cup brown sugar, packed 1/3 cup hemp cannabutter, softened...

Hemp Cannabutter

Hemp Cannabutter

Hemp CannabutterAdapted from edible Seattle Hemp-infused oil is the starting point for CBD cookery; it’s commonly made from “trim,” which includes small leaves, stems, and occasional half-formed buds. As a solid, fat is more versatile than a liquid; most prefer...

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