We have heard your requests for more seasonal and local-inspired recipes during this time when we are all cooking at home more. The recipes in this “Best of edible New Mexico” compilation were selected by our publisher and enthusiastic home cook Stephanie Cameron and includes delicious dishes for every culinary skill-level.

We have heard your requests for more seasonal and local-inspired recipes during this time when we are all cooking at home more. The recipes in this “Best of edible New Mexico” compilation were selected by our publisher and enthusiastic home cook Stephanie Cameron and includes delicious dishes for every culinary skill-level.

Our DIY section features easy-to-follow guides to making everything from your own sourdough starter (all the rage right now) to fun, simple snacks you can create using pantry items. While we may not be able to dine out with friends at the moment, you and your family or housemates can certainly enjoy a sunny Sunday morning with help from our eclectic Brunch section. With our Mains and Sides, we celebrate both the abundance of fresh spring produce, like the tender chard found in our red chile enchiladas, and the convenience of utilizing storage staples—such as semolina flour for fresh pasta or your favorite tortillas. Finally, for us, no food is more comforting in troubled times quite like dessert. Try your hand at fresh donuts sprinkled with pinon nuts and chile powder or gather in the backyard with your kiddos for homemade smores. We hope these recipes help provide some nourishment, inspiration, and entertainment in the days ahead.

This special edition of edible is available for PDF download so that you can easily reference it on all your devices. Keep a look out next month when we will be offering another “Best of” digital issue, featuring our favorite edible New Mexico stories from the past several years. Thank you for continuing to support edible and our local food community; such support has never been more important. We promise to be back in print this summer and in the meantime, we will do whatever we can to help New Mexico’s restaurants, ranchers, farmers, artisans, workers, and eaters. For up-to-date information on farms, ranches, grocery services, and restaurants currently open and offering flexible options to provide food right now, please check out our Local Provisions guide at ediblenm.com. Stay safe and we’re with you! 

P.S. The businesses that are featured in this issue are the reason we are able to tell the stories of local food. They all have had to make huge adjustments during this time and we encourage you to take the time to see what services they are currently offering by visiting their websites. If they aren’t open right now, make it a priority to visit them when they are.

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