All Posts Tagged With: "New Mexico"
Fry bread is cooked and eaten by many Native American tribes all over the western United States. Recipes for fry bread vary from tribe to tribe and is served with many different accompaniments, including chile beans or topped with taco ingredients for a “Navajo Taco.” Fry bread is also eaten as a dessert with jam, [...]14Jan2011 | Brian Kaderavek | 2 comments | Continued
Albuquerque we found to be a big city with a friendly feel. We went into the area already with a list of places to eat, provided to us by our friend Jen Eden, who grew up in Albuquerque. Though we couldn’t eat at them all, we did make it to a local pizza chain call [...]5Jan2011 | Amanda Miller | 1 comment | Continued
Red and green chilies, blue corn tortillas, pink adobe—Santa Fe New Mexico is a very colorful place. This town is packed with local art, culture, and flavor to match. Our stay in this mountain art city began to pique our curiosity for southwestern art and flavor, and satisfied our long-standing craving for hot and heady [...]2Jan2011 | Brian Kaderavek | 0 comments | Continued
Under the the earth’s crust lies a completely different world! Water boils underneath Yellowstone, lava flows beneath mountains, water shifts and flows creating caves, sulfuric acid wears at limestone, and the caverns that the water has long ago left are up for exploration! At Carlsbad Cavern Nation Park in New Mexico we had the chance [...]30Dec2010 | Amanda Miller | 0 comments | Continued