For generations, New Mexicans have made a living off of the land. Herding cattle, growing pecans and creating magnificent pieces of jewelry from stones harvested from the earth. Today, those traditions live on—supporting families and inspiring a new generation of makers, growers and ranchers.
New Mexico chefs have devised various ways to bring the piñon nut’s mellow flavor into main dishes, sides, and desserts. Here are a few of their recipes that could elevate your holiday feast.
If you’re looking for a new adventure steeped in history and beauty, follow along on our tour of New Mexico’s great architectural works of art.
Today’s Native American communities share their culture with visitors through tours of ancestral sites; ceremonial dances, feast days, and powwows; vibrant visual art, including painting, weaving, pottery and jewelry.
Rooted in Native American and old-world flavors, New Mexico’s culinary treasures are a result of centuries of cultural tradition enlivened with the occasional modern twist. Pack an appetite – the most distinctive cuisine in the Southwest awaits.
In each episode host Michael Newman ends the show with a simple question: "So what are you doing this weekend?" This episode aims to give you some easy answers by gathering both new and old options for ways to explore New Mexico. So, what ARE you doing next weekend? #NewMexicoTrue
Timy Fairfield learned to climb in the Sandias before climbing was cool. Now a bouldering legend, he boosts the sport from his Duke City home.
As a working Hollywood actor and former restaurateur, chef Chris Maher knows how to add sizzle to his cooking classes. Dave Herndon goes into the kitchen as classroom and returns with the story.