Farmington’s Sweet Cheeks Bakery heats up with Native-inspired cookie designs.
Author: Karen Fischer
Karen Fischer is a freelance writer based in Gallup. When she is not writing, she is likely collaging, camping, exploring the nooks and crannies of the Southwest, or hiking up Pyramid Rock.
by Karen Fischer photos by Jay Hemphill
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