From New Mexico Magazine Featured Recipes


A renowned Los Ranchos inn serves what it sows, with scrumptious assists by a host of local farmers.. (more)

Back to Basics

The 10 essential ingredients of a true New Mexican kitchen— regardless of your zip code.. (more)

A New Harvest Season

Pueblo Harvest Cafe unveils a new chef and menu to help celebrate the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center’s 40th anniversary.. (more)

The Cookie Different

Ring in the holidays with New Mexico’s beloved and singular state cookie— and a Santa sack full of Only in NM party snacks.. (more)

¡Rios Grande!

Martín Rios came up the hard way to take his place among the region’s top chefs.. (more)

Green Season

For New Mexicans, the smell of green chile roasting marks autumn’s beginning.. (more)

Strong Stuff

New Mexico’s bold young distillery scene is starting to come of age, along with a homegrown cocktail culture that goes far beyond margaritas.. (more)

Only-in-NM food trucks bring surprising eats to the streets.. (more)

Sweets for Your Sweet

And sugar for your honey. The Santa Fe baking blogger known as CakeSpy shares her secrets for Valentine’s Day, with a spicy Only in NM twist.. (more)

Adela's Home Cooking

For 13 years, this daughter of New Mexico served up memories with her meals, infusing both with rich “Southwest Flavor.”. (more)

Recipes from the Hope Chest

Our shared food traditions are part of what make us all New Mexicans. Cheryl Alters Jamison and Bill Jamison trace this rich heritage.. (more)

Mixed Results

From a chokecherry cocktail to a green-chile–infused take on the Bloody Mary, this New Year we celebrate the flavors of New Mexico.. (more)

Heavenly Cooking

In honor of May's Feast Day of San Pasqual, patron saint of cooks and shepherds, Rocky Durham serves up New Mexico lamb recipes. . (more)

Spice of Life

Salsa: It's not just for tomatoes anymore! Chef Rocky Durham experiments with such ingredients as pineapple, cucumber, and strawberries in these surprising summer sauces. . (more)

Breaking Bread

Spanish traditions evolve in New Mexico—and tapas are no different. Michele Ostrove explores how to enjoy these dishes anew.. (more)

Early-Bird Breakfast

When the birds call, answer. But don't forget to pack a picnic breakfast of green-chile pastries and blue-corn muffins for your migration. . (more)

Stick to It

Savor the flavors of southwestern New Mexico with prickly-pear cactus pads and fruit.. (more)