Tag Archives: Southwest cooking

Drunken and Spicy Camarones Cerveza

By Linda McKittrick Sleeping is sweet here in the Old Pueblo this time of year, with doors and windows opened to October air. Of course, when we open to one thing, we open to others as well, and the smell … Continue reading

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Creating a Cookbook: Behind the Scenes

By Marilyn Noble, Rio Nuevo cookbook editor I talk to many people who say, “I’ve always wanted to write a cookbook.” I encourage them to go for it – there’s nothing more rewarding than conceiving a project and then holding … Continue reading

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More Great Reviews

It’s been a positive week for Rio Nuevo and Rio Chico book reviews. Edible Phoenix had good things to say about Janet Taylor’s Green Southwest Cookbook. “She is a strong proponent of local food and we especially enjoyed her sidebar … Continue reading

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