Taos: green chilies and more chilies

Taos is a funky mountain town full of galleries, museums, and little bed and breakfast places. The land surrounding Taos has long attracted painters, writers, and free spirits with its beauty, natural light, and wilderness. I stopped in at the historic Taos in for an afternoon snack on the Adobe bar patio, which faces Taos’ main street (and great people watching). I ordered the Cowboy … Continue reading Taos: green chilies and more chilies

El Camino Real: el segundo

I went back to El Camino Real last weekend. I just couldn’t help myself. While I sampled some of my favorite appetizers from the last visit (fried pickles, stuffed jalepenos) I also tried the vegetarian wings, which were so inceadible – juicy and crispy and spicy – they could make any meat-eater forget the difference.  I also order the Chili Rellanos (above) a chili stuffed … Continue reading El Camino Real: el segundo