For centuries, Santa Fe has charmed visitors and captured the imagination and spirit of its residents. A central ingredient in the making of Santa Fe’s charm has been the kitchens of the city and the surrounding area. Whether in the home or in restaurants, Santa Fe kitchens reflect the diversity of its residents and visitors, and blend the diverse cultures of New Mexico. Now, the Museum of New Mexico Foundation has collected more than 300 recipes from its membership, local chefs, artists and dignitaries to help create this exciting new cookbook.
Unique and delicious recipes from some of New Mexico’s most renowned chefs reflect the balance of Santa Fe’s cultures and lifestyle.
Featuring recipes from the most renowned kitchens of New Mexico, including:
Coyote Café―Mark Miller, proprietor and chef; Bradley Borchardt, chef
El Farol―David Salazar, proprietor; James C. Caruso, chef
Fuego Restaurant―Bouneou Maxime
Harry’s Roadhouse―Harry Shapiro, proprietor and author
Jane Butel Cooking School―Jane Butel, proprietor and author
Jinja Café―Lesley Allin, proprietor and chef
Los Pinos Guest Ranch, Pecos―Alice M. McSweeney, proprietor and chef
Osteria D’Assisi―Lino Pertusini, proprietor; F. Ventricini, chef
Santa Fe School of Cooking―Nicole Ammerman
Paula Lambert, author, The Cheese Lover’s Cookbook and Guide
The Museum of New Mexico Foundation is a private, nonprofit organization dedicated to the four museums and six historical state monuments that comprise the Museum of New Mexico. The Foundation promotes excellence at the Museum of New Mexico through effective fundraising, innovative entrepreneurial ventures, community collaboration, and essential support services. The Museum Foundation of New Mexico includes The Palace of the Governors, The Museum of Fine Arts Santa Fe, Museum of International Folk Art, and The Museum of Indian Arts and Culture.